I've added my first article, which is about installing any Unity editor version via the Unity Hub command-line interface (CLI).
I've enabled HTTPS using Let's Encrypt.
I've edited the style of some of the links on the left side.
I've added a list of my favorite games.
I've moved most of those links to the navigation bar on the left for convenience and fixed a few links to break out of this site's frames. I also removed links to some old stuff.
I've added a bunch of links to my various social media profiles on my "about" page.
WTF-8 from #worms informed me that my map pack link on wormsmaps.html was dead. Thanks, WTF-8! :) I looked on the server and on all my hard drives and I couldn't find it. Therefore, I've just made an extremely raw map pack of every Worms Armageddon map I've ever made or even influenced in creation. It contains many incomplete maps, but also contains all my good, complete rope race maps: the "lexrrp" series. I probably won't be making many new maps in the future, so putting this out there is a decent legacy. Check it out if you like rope racing. My favorites are the later ones, beyond #70, since I got pretty advanced in my technique.
I changed the background color, the font size, edited the "about" page a bunch, and modified some internal stuff. The site's also had some of its fat trimmed today. Gone is the "pictures.html" link that brings you to a blank page with no pictures. I have some pictures on Facebook and Dropbox, so I don't need to put them here.
I wrote an "about" page to explain this place and myself.
I added a link to my English-only mux of My Neighbor Totoro. I had been looking for a Blu-ray quality copy of My Neighbor Totoro with the original Streamline dub nicely synchronized with only the video timecodes changed and I couldn't find it, so I made one myself. It also has the DVD video in the same file. Check it out if you want to enjoy a beautiful, heartfelt movie, but only if you own it already.
Once again, I'm back after 5 years. I've learned a bit more about remote system administration, so I gave myself access to this file again. This is fun.
It's been nearly 7 years since I last touched this file. I've fixed the date and time formatting. I've also uploaded this to the space generously provided by CyberShadow.
The site has been moved to garealm.co.uk. This is an excellent host.
I've gotten the site online and hosted by a good friend of mine! Thanks, Tony!
I fixed a few bugs and added a ton to my random section.
I've completed the basic layout for the site. I know it's not very original, but I think it's stylish. I just need to modify a few things. I hope to have this site online soon.
I have created a Worms section for you to enjoy if you play Worms.