C82 v7 launches

By Nicholas Rougeux, posted on December 30, 2004 in C82

The dormancy has ended and a new version of C82 is born along with a new year. When I finished the last version, I hadn't planned on reworking it again for quite some time. Apparently, "quite some time" is shorter than I originally thought. With this new version comes new features including relevant articles pertaining to art, the web, and everything in between.

Essentially, this site is now a blog and if you don't know what that is, you have probably been living under a rock for the past year or two. Fortunately, this will not be the type of blog that reads like a journal containing entries such as, "I went to the store and you'll never guess who I saw..." or "I just saw the coolest movie!" While those types of entries may be somewhat interesting to read for the few who know the author, the rest of the world doesn't care much. Therefore, they won't happen.

A large portion of the articles here will be covering the subject of fractal art. If you have been here before, you're probably familiar with this type of art from viewing my portfolio. Originally, this site acted mostly as a digital portfolio and part online store (you can buy posters of almost everything in the portfolio). That worked well to a point but I had more and more people asking me how I created the art and wanting guides on making their own fractal art. I finally bit the bullet and set to work creating this site so I can have a central place for those guides and so others can provide their own input on them. If you have an idea for an article, feel free to let me know and I might write about it.

You may also notice the design has varied a bit. I was quite fond of the old design and wanted to keep the same feel but update it a bit. Changes include new areas such as Articles for browsing all the articles on the site by month, day, or subject; and a Contact page to make contacting me as easy as can be. Every existing section has been updated to include more information as well.

Take a look around and enjoy the new C82.

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