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Time for some changes

Prompted mostly by new fascination with grid-based layouts, the new donburnside.com (that is already under development) will be using this. You might have seen a couple of other sites I’ve recently done using this, and I really like it.

As I’m wont to do, every few years I like to change things up a bit. That means a brand new donburnside.com can’t be far behind!

Prompted mostly by new fascination with grid-based layouts, the new donburnside.com (that is already under development) will be using this. You might have seen a couple of other sites I’ve recently done using this, and I really like it.


I haven’t had the time to write of late. Which works out because I haven’t really had anything to write about. I haven’t done a video recently either but that’s more technical than anything else.

When I say I haven’t been writing, that’s not entirely true. I’ve been posting to the blog for work, I have a few posts over at dbmini that are pretty fresh plus some podcasts that are also of the newish variety. Just nothing for you guys here.

Working on changing that too. I. Have a plan.


So, the new site. I’m going to skip the rainbows and unicorn tears this time around and go more corporate I think. dark, muted colors, some flashy javascript and only the finest of my photos. I like to think I’m a pro, time to turn this site into exactly that. **Stay tuned!**

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