I've finally destroyed the hideous beast that was my old website! I decided in June of 2009 to stop patching the old code in Dreamweaver and just build something new from the ground up. The biggest thing that bugged me about the old site is that it was so static. It was a brochure just parked on the web and frozen in time. This new site solves that problem in two ways. First, I've moved to a content management system. Which means, my content is completely separated from the formatting of the web site. I can add, change and remove anything I want and never have to worry about breaking the web site. I can't tell you how many times I broke my old site with some seemingly innocuous task, like deleting an outdated paragraph. Secondly, I've added this blog. Obviously, there was some trepidation on my part about attaching my personal blog to a web site about my business as a DJ. But after much consideration, I've decided that my occupation warrants an exception to the unwritten rule of keeping your business identity separate from your personal identity. My potential clients want to learn about my personality, and they want to see if they relate to me as a person before they hire me. Therefore, not all of my posts will be DJ related. This is my personal blog, and I invite everyone to get to know me better.
Professional Mobile Disc Jockey
San Diego, California