Stir Up Saturday – Website Review #5


X-2 and Light Bulb Guy

X-2 and Light Bulb Guy

The Website Review feature seems like such an old idea. It feels like it should fit in with AOL and Limewire. I know those things are a bit older, but that’s how it feels to me looking back.

Website Review #5 is kind of an interesting review to reexamine. I liked looking back at the various aspects of Tim’s site. To me it’s still cool to see X-2 and the Light Bulb Guy thought to be real M.U.S.C.L.E. figures. Re-reading it I wish I would have written those in first-person. The write-up feels devoid of feeling and emotion to me. It misses out on just having fun and enjoying something that is fun and enjoyable.

What strikes me today is that Tim’s site is unchanged. It still looks the same. It still looks like it is from a specific period of time. I have never changed the layout of this website. I’ve never changed it because I hate when websites I like try to get overly cute – or change simply for change’s sake.

Drunken Master?

Drunken Master?

So when should the site change? If I don’t change it, when does it become a snap shot of a specific time period? I have absolutely no urgency to change things. Good enough is fine for now, but I need to start thinking about it. I need to start planning.

Is there anything you guys would like to see in a future version of the site? Feel free to post any thoughts in the comments section below. Remember I’m 100% open to your suggestions and want to hear them; it doesn’t guarantee I will use a single one. (Just a reality check.)

I’ve been sharing little bits of Batman v Superman info as it actively and passively permeates my life. As I’ve said before, the NDA stops me from talking about what I saw as an extra on a Warner Brothers movie. It sure seems like I could talk about what I didn’t see. I didn’t see anybody turn into a goat. I didn’t see anyone meet their long lost twin. I didn’t see anyone grow a tail.

I can tell you I DID NOT see Jesse Eisenberg wearing a wig like this one. I can’t say what I saw – or if I even saw him. But I DID NOT see this wig.

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