tonybullard.com has been in and out of existence since 1998. I got it originally for free when I bought the domain for my then band, Soul of the Savior. It sat unused for a good while, until I decided to make it into a little self-depricating webpage that consisted mostly of daily useless facts java scripts.
The site has since been a sort of testing ground for my coding abilities. It has never been anything to be gawked at, but it has consistently showed my improvement in web design, and for the first time ever, it’s actually standards compliant. This means nothing to most of you.
While always hosting my opinions on movies and music and other random things, I didn’t consider my site a ‘blog’ for a long time. When it first started no one knew what a blog was, and all sites were ugly and had nothing but movie reviews on them. I like to pretend I was ‘blogging’ before blogging was cool. Then I realize that blogging is not now, nor every will be cool. So there you go.
The site itself is in four sections:
The Blog: General musings from my head, as every blog is. Mine tend to lean to (and by ‘tend to’ I mean ‘always are’) about my son, and the
frustrations joys of fatherhood.
Photos: Pictures. Go figure. I used to have four galleries of photos I was really proud of, but after years of not adding anything to them, I’ve changed it to simply aggregate all the photos I post on here. As of this posting they’re mostly slightly humorless observations through a cell phone camera. Yay technology.
Music: This is simple an overly long summation of my musical history, and a player of songs that I’ve made. They vary wildly in genre, and by wildly, I mean three different kinds.
Last is the Metal Vocal Tutorial. This is a beast of it’s own, and it’s responsible for two-thirds of my daily traffic, so I gave it it’s own giant link up top.
So now that I have given you a good idea at how long winded and boring this site is/will be, you can tell all your friends to never come here.