Curator's Note [Apr 29, 2008]: These comments refer to my old website Projects, which was located on different urls and different servers than these pages are now hosted.
My old web location will soon be defunct. When I first joined with xoom.com over a year ago, they were totally non-obnoxious. No pop-up porno ads, nothing - all they wanted was a link back to their homepage, which I gladly provided.
Of course, nothing good ever lasts.
One day this stupid banner began popping up at the top of my webpage, I might have even considered that forgivable if it worked.
Which it didn't.
It interfered with so many browsers, when I tried surfing to my own page it wouldn't even load. And because of the dumb way they were doing things the url was masked, meaning no matter where you were on my page, it would always show the same address in the URL bar. Meaning you couldn't properly bookmark anything... jeez.. at least geocities can manage to display your page (although I tend not to visit any geosites, because i can't stand the pop up ads)
So now I've moved. The new site is : http://www.therevolution.net/james so change your bookmarks boys and girls.
Who exactly is therevolution.net? There are three answers
In time, all will be revealed
A domain name I registered a while ago, since I shouldn't have to put up with any popups. It's currently hosted (the HD space is provided by) partslink.com. They get the friendly mention because they're currently hosting it for free (having friends is nice sometimes)
I registered because some friends and I had wild dreams of creating our own funny webpage centered around genetically engineered milk-squirting monkeys and attractively attired midget fastfood warriors. No one had time, or no one choose to make the time to actually do it so the idea floundered (freakin' pink team! It's all the fault of the pink team).
I'm currently toying with the idea of starting TheRevolution up and basing the format on exactly how my personal page is done. Think of my page, remove everything but the wacky/funny, base those articles on a large amount of monkey-related humour, and have posts by more people than just me. True, it's not very ambitious, web wise. But considering the fact that the website has been innactive for over a year because no one has done anything, it'll be a stellar accomplishment.
So over the next little while, there may be some revolution-related content here... we'll see. After all, you can never have enough websites!