Our Domain Transfer to Squarespace is Done!

Our Domain Transfer to Squarespace is Done!

Welcome to the MY STADY relaunch! Do you like the new look? The aesthetics aren't 100% final but for the most part this is the foundation I'll be building from. Squarespace has a lot going for it as I've said before and I'm so happy to finally have its facilities in my grasp.

We have a proper events section now! This is something I tried to put together with spit and duct tape when we were hosted on Blogger. It worked but adding an event was a whole complicated process. I just eventually gave up on that idea. But now I have an honest-to-goodness events section and I couldn't be happier! It's just one of the many quality of life upgrades that come with moving to Squarespace.

If you have an event coming up that would vibe with the ones I already posted then hit me up. I'd love to add it to our events page. But more importantly, I'd love to attend! If your event is nerdy and/or food-related then is has a high chance of being added.

Do you like the splash page? I know in the past I said splash pages are kinda lame but that's mostly because they don't seem to ever serve a purpose other than wasting the visitor's time. Our splash page (or landing page) serves an actual purpose. I'm using it like the cover of a magazine. It will change periodically. I'll be using it to highlight bigger stories I want to tell. I know the world is shying away from long-form content but I think it still has a place. Not everyone's attention span is shot to shit!

Most of my entries from Blogger were carried over but there's still a few (as of right now the count is 37) waiting to be converted. I just want to point out that the only reason this move is taking so long is because I want to take advantage of everything Squarespace has to offer. There's a lot of meta data that goes into a blog post and I want to fill it all in. I want to add banners to all my old posts, geotag locations, stuff like that. It's not that Squarespace requires that, I just want to do it because I know it makes for a richer browsing experience.

I'm saying all this because I don't want to give the impression that this process was taking long because of Squarespace. It's all my fault, blame the OCD. Also my workload increased between December and mid-January so I had no time to work on the site. Sorry about that!

But yeah, check it out. Big things happening soon!

New York photographer, party mammal, and Internet troll for hire. Alain-Christian is an OG who’s been blogging for over 20 years dating back to the early days of AOL. He loves sharing his offbeat opinions on pop culture, bestowing his tech knowledge, and making arts.