Nicole Grey (foenix) wrote,
Nicole Grey
foenix

New Stuff

So, a few of you know, but let's make the wider release announcement, or whatever.

We're all well aware that I love photography, and I've driven y'all up the wall for the last two months with posts, I'm sure. ;)

I'm playing with the idea of a more photography-centric site for myself, to cut back some of those posts from here, although they'll still appear, since this is my home, on the web.

A rough template is up over here, as I mess around with a newish service called Squarespace. They're a pretty nifty content management system, although I can only get so deeply into it since it's only a trial run right now. I've got a week left on that, so still debating on if I'll keep up with it or not. Especially since it costs money. ;)

I do like the area, and having a site just for my photography, but I remain undecided. There's nothing there that I haven't posted here, as I'm just kinda playing with it right now.

J
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