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Monday, January 16, 2006 

A New Look in '06

Remember how What the Thunder Said... used to look? I don't. But nostalgia can get the best of anyone.
My hiatus gave me the opportunity to do some housecleaning around here; stop on in and take a look!

The most noticable, though easiest and most superficial, change is the blog templates. I wish I could say I made them, but my skill and time have not quite yet met the requirements. You are looking at the new theme for my flagship, What the Thunder Said... and a quick look at Thunder Speak reveals a similar change. The roles for the respective sights will probably not change.

I've tested as many links as I have had time, and everything seems to be in order. I am aware of the botched crappy outdated horrible Thunder Speak banner in the links, and that will be updated and fixed. I apologize: its a cross between lack of time and lack of updated web components. Nevetheless, it will be revamped shortly.

Any other technical difficulties you come across, please let me know about them. Comments or email, whichever you prefer.

A new blog, God-Centered Living, will function as a blog/virtual classroom for the Spring '06 TBI class that I will be teaching at the North site at BBC. The Bethlehem Institute is an arm of Bethlehem Baptist Church for equipping its saints in godliness and raising up the next generation of leaders. If anyone attends BBC and is interested, we meet at 9:00 on Sunday mornings in Room A200.

I am slowly, painfully working on an independent site that will, God willing, house this blog and several other online ventures of mine. Alas, its a ways down to the totem of import:

update and qualify categories for searching
establish archives in conformity with aboveupdate links
update blogs and features for IE 6.0.x to 7.0
update blogs and features for Firefox (Deer Park) <1.5.x>
establish useful and consistent podcasts
write and publish a variety of webpages
(ranging from the theological to the technical to the philosophical to the practical)
complete website

So it may never get done. But should the Lord tarry, I will diligently try to plow through some of these.


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