Note: This is a page in progress. Eventually I want it to be a timeline of all the blogs I’ve ever run. I’m in the process of migrating selected content from many of these blogs over here.

  • sockrotation.blogspot.com (8 November 2002 – 1 January 2006)

    I was on Blogger before it was bought by Google (in 2003).

  • foomandoonian.tumblr.com / foomandoonian.net (27 April 2007 – present)

    It took me a while to figure Tumblr out. Originally I just sent my Delicious links and Flickr pictures there automatically, but eventually I realised that it was a great platform for sharing fun stuff.
    Screenshot taken January 2013

  • foomandoonian.blogspot.com (May 2008 – September 2008)

    This short-lived blog was my first attempt at serious blogging. I was enjoying it, and building up a reasonable readership, but real life stepped in and my free time evaporated.

  • foomandoonian.posterous.com / halfblog.net (10 October 2008 – 11 September 2011)

    I joined Posterous the same month they opened to the public. On 31 August 2010 I began using a custom domain – the debut of halfblog.net. I left Posterous just before they re-launched as Posterous Spaces because I couldn’t bear how sluggish and unreliable their service had become.

    The header image used when this blog was hosted on Posterous

    Because of a crummy SEO problem, I’ve made this blog private. If you’re searching for content I haven’t yet (and may never) migrate to this blog, you can look for it at foomandoonian.posterous.com – Password: password.

  • halfblog.net on WordPress.com (12 September 2011 – present)

    You are here.

  • chromafeed.tv (24 May 2011 – 15 March 2012)

    Chroma Feed was a WordPress blog I designed and curated, featuring cool short films I discovered online. On 16 March I imported the posts into halfblog.net (all tagged ‘Chroma Feed‘) and let the MediaTemple hosting for chromafeed.tv lapse.
    chromafeed.tv screenshot

  • geoff.at (21 April 2012 – present)


2 thoughts on “Disambloguation

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