The news that tops today's "Site News" is that the old "digitaldream" is gone and in its place is "leopardlounge.tk", with a whole new look and the same content plus some new content - the new "Guitar Players Web forum," a forum for exchanging information about guitar and music-related resources on the Internet, a new Photo Gallery of my Leopard Geckos with more pictures, and at the bottom of the menu, a button for easily e-mailing me.
I'm just very excited to put this new site on the Web. It's a pretty simple site, which is a good achievement, but a lot of time and effort went into putting it together.
As far as my little colony of Leopard Geckos goes, the breeding season has started and I have separated Jake from the females so that I won't have any viable eggs. Last season was so tough, and beyond my resources.
I will postpone a decision until the end of the season whether or not to try to get a couple of clutches from Indi before the season is over.
Indi is looking quite rotund now too, and I'm expecting her to lay a couple of eggs very soon, despite her small size.9/06/02
I have also been working on version 2 of the main page, a new incarnation of digitaldreams that puts all the content in 800 pixels for people running 800 x 600 resolution. There are also some other things I have been working on on the main page - I've been trying to come up with a graphic for the menu so it will be easier to manage, but it seems more cumbersome than helpful, so I think I will try good old HTML.
I am going to sign a lease on a new place this morning and I'll hopefully be moving this weekend. When I get settled in a little, my Leopard Gecko Jake will spend some time with Roxy. Hopefully I'll get some baby Leopard Geckos out of this. I know that at 20 months, Jake has been waiting for some time :)
So, it sounds like a lot, but I anticipate that most of version 2 as well as the new Leopard Gecko Forum should be up in a short period of time.
Needless to say, I am quite upset at the loss of the forum. The forum will stay open until 8/25/2002
, and I will be looking for another solution that I can implement.
Thanks for your support.8/18/2002
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I'm also working to implement a password protection solution in front of the Leopard Gecko Discussion Forum. It's not working right this minute, but I'll get it...
On a more personal note, September will be a very busy month for me. I'm already worrying about it
I have a couple of things planned myself, and I'm just worried that something will screw things up. Hopefully my virgin leopards Jake and Roxy will lose their virginity sometime in the middle of September.
See you soon!7/16/2002
I would also like to try putting in the message book and see if I can get it to run this time. I am also trying to finish up my Leopard Gecko care sheet and putting it up.
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