I'm still working on a substantial portion of the background material and other stuff, but I finally felt I had enough done to get the new version of things up.
Please check it out at: http://www.maelgreh.com/
I'm not really certain that anyone cares at all or even really pays that much attention to my sporatic activities, but I did feel the need to post something about this.
I was asked a little while ago to post more pictures of myself and I thought: “sure, cool, I’ll see if I have any that I would not mind posting up.” Now, as a big fat guy, I do have some general issues with my own personal appearance, but overall I don’t obsess about that sort of thing, nor do I have any “oh woe is me I’m so ugly” attitude. I don’t often think about taking pictures of myself, though. So I looked through my photo file and found all of 2. :D Both of which I took as part of participating in “take your picture right now” posts here and on www.rpg.net. I do know there are a few out there taken by other folks - such as The Metallian - when I’ve been to parties with them, but I’ve not really made it a priority to gather them.
I’ll go ahead and post the one other picture of myself I do have and see about taking more in the future. :)
Oh and by the way, I've been actually working on by website and should have it up in some kind of presentable fashion in a week or so.
. . . last Night with metallian and mrsmetallian after a wonderful dinner of salmon prepared by mrsmetallian (see the recipe on her journal). I thought it the film was quite good. The animation was really amazingly well done, I cannot say enough good things about the art design and the character modeling. There were some elements of the plot that were a little cliche, and some bits that were awesome tidbits, but that unfortunately were never followed up on (particularly the bit with the blind mouse). Overall, though, I thought it quite enjoyable.
This is a wonderful organization that promotes science and reason and has some really awesome videos and interviews with leading scientists.
They have an Annual conference called Beyond Belief and I've just watched the vids from the most recent one here. The discussions were very illuminating indeed.
"Life is pain Princess, anyone who says differently is selling something."