The other day, Courtney was telling me about something she'd read on The Bloggess, and I had to stop her to ask if she also reads my blog still.
"Well, yeah, but you posted like two days ago about changes that were coming, and nothing is different yet."
"Yuh-huh! I have a Facebook fan page now!"
(By the way, I have a Facebook fan page now. I cannot emphasize enough how personally validating it is for me every time somebody "Likes" my blog. Please, recommend it to your friends who you think may also enjoy reading Look What Danny Made!)
Little did Courtney know that I was intentionally delaying the unveiling of my new design so that it would coincide with Facebook's unveiling of their truly awful newest round of changes. By comparison, anything I do is going to look AWESOME! There are still a few tweaks to be made, and a few more features in the works, but I'm interested in hearing what you think, too.
ALSO! Your old bookmarks will still work, but you can now reach Look What Danny Made! at our new address - http://LookWhatDannyMade.com
When you register domains through GoDaddy (and probably through anybody else), they try to upsell you with all kinds of additional features for your site, including variations of your address. For instance, LookWhatDannyMade.org, LookWhatDannyMade.net, and LookWhatDannyMade.info - yeah, I bought them all. What's funny, though, is that it also tries to sell you domain names with variations of the words in your address. I actually got a screenshot of it, which I then lost, but here's some of the best recommendations: