Who is this Brandon guy?
Brandon will put something here eventually. He doesn’t like talking about himself…
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- My amazing employer or their awesome clients.
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History of blso.com
In November of 2001, my family moved from Seattle Washington to Phoenix Arizona. At this same time I purchased my very first personal computer. A beautiful Apple iBook (the white “Dual USB” model). Around this same time, my cousin Daniel mentioned that he was playing around with this thing called HTML. I was intrigued and dove headlong into web design.
For the my first year of experimentation, I simply used Apple’s iTools/.Mac/MobileMe/iCloud offerings for hosting my simple pages. My initial site was called BLS Online. I was then ready to dive into the world of web servers/hosting and registered the blso.com domain August 14, 2002.
I have experimented with just about every blogging platform to date. I was always more into learning how things worked than actually writing anything meaningful. I still have most everything backed up on various cloud platforms. Maybe I will dig some of it up and post it here. Maybe not…
As mentioned above, blso.com has at one point in time been just about everything under the sun. Today it is powered by blot.im
blot.im is super simple to use in that it simply uses either Dropbox or GIT for updating. We’ll see how long I stick with it…