Hey Hillsong have you noticed, Pink, Nicole Kidman, and other have donated thousands of dollars to our Fire Fighters while you Happy Clapping arseholes rake in millions from mugs and bumpkins, haven't paid an ounce of tax and haven't donated Jack Shit? Christians my arse.
— Alpheus Williams (@AlphWilliams) January 5, 2020
2020 is the year for personal websites.
— dustin senos (@dustin) January 5, 2020
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Quick update, I’ve just imported all of my past blog entries from when this was hosted on micro.blog. It’ll take me a couple of weeks to get all the images re-linked and tidied up.
Over the weekend, we had our Club Presentation Day, somehow I was voted Club Person of The Year, which was quite surprising and also very awesome. It’s nice to be recognised for all the work I’ve been putting in.
I have a love/hate relationship with building websites. I love building websites for other people, especially when they know what they want. When it comes to building one for myself, ugh, it’s the worst.
After getting my remote pilots license, I figured I better get something together to show that I’m available for hire, the sort of work I do, and some examples of what I’ve done already, so of course, I’m building a website for myself.
In reality, it should be pretty easy to put it together, but of course, it’s not.
When it comes to making decisions as to what element to put where, what to include, what to leave out, and all the other sorts of questions a web designer/developer would ask to get them moving on a project, I just cannot settle on any answers.
Not 100% sure how to progress, I guess I’m probably best off throwing something/anything on the website and then refining it a little later on…it doesn’t need to be perfect at launch!
I passed all the tests for my Remote Pilots License, just waiting on CASA to issue the actual license and it’ll all be official.
I should probably update my LinkedIn profile to add the license in, as well as putting the details on all my business operations stuff, might be helpful for booking more drone work in the future.
Starting my VLoS Certificate course today for my drone license, got a feeling it’s going to be quite tough!
Soooo, I’m going to be managing New Lambton FC’s website, along with their social media accounts, and that’s prompted me to move my own blog back to WordPress so that I’m working with the same set of tools for everything.
My plan is to migrate my old posts to the new platform, currently they’re on micro.blog but I’m having a problem with the export file that mb creates. I’ll probably connect it all to Facebook and Instagram, again, this is so that I’ve got the same familiar setup as what’s on the NLFC website.