TwineLab.net is going to be my new home on the web. I also decided to move my blog off of the blogger platform and onto Hexo, which has been an interesting journey, to say the least. Very easy to mess up, but also easier to configure, even if I haven’t done a lot of configuration just yet.
I plan to try to write more blog posts going forward, but it is a hard sell. I write for a living, and under a different name, so any time I spend blogging is time I spend both not working on my own projects, and not getting paid. But blogging is good for the soul, and I feel like I lead a bit of a double life anymore; my Twine and non-Twine work seldom ever interact; people who want me for non-Twine projects don’t want to hear about Twine and vice-versa. But Twine has become a part of my life in a fairly large way, and it seems wise to give that part of my life more space to vent.
So here we are. TwineLab is going to be dedicated to my Twine adventures. I may occasionally cross over between my Twine and non-Twine work in the future and post about those things here, but for now, this seems the best way to scream into the void.
There is one important caveat here, though. All of TwineLab is client-side, with no server or backend. That means no comments. If you need to talk to me, seek me out as mentioned here. Never mind.
Also note that I’ve decided (at least for now) not to faff about with Google analytics. So I have no idea if anyone will be reading this. For that reason, if you are reading this and you see a disappointing lull in content, reach out to me and let me know.