For a website that's been online, changing and evolving obviously, over the last 18 years. I felt it was time for a fresh start.
I admit it. I'm not a blogger. I wanted to be. I'm just not. I love working on a million websites and keeping everything fresh and tidy and aesthetically amazing but I have to admit something... I'm not a blogger, which is why I just realized my own personal website, ie. the hub and showcase of my portfolio and craft, is sadly neglected. Once again, I'm repeating this to myself: I am not a blogger.
via tameverts Rampant page bloat may not be news to many of us, but that doesn’t make new findings any less alarming. According to the HTTP Archive, the average top 1,000 web page is 1246 KB, compared to 828 KB in May 2012. This represents a 50% rate of growth in just one year. Last fall, when we reported here that pages had taken a sudden 20% jump in payload, we speculated that this could be due to holiday bloat — when site owners stuff their pages with media-rich content to attract shoppers.