Well, at about 4am, I was struck with the idea...hey, I should make a website! It'd been something I'd been toying with for a while, and a friend of mine had made one to achieve something similar to what I wanted to do (basically, self-promotion). After almost six hours, I finally managed to make a prototype of the site. Hosted on tripod and using one of their templates, it took a long time to even get it to look half-decent. I did a bit of an HTML tutorial, and then went to town in Paintshop Pro, Adobe, and the tripod web-editor. I also managed to get a .tk for it too. I still need to put in a news section, and I'm writing up a thing on DIY setups in Word Perfect that I'm going to put on the site too. So far, it has a music bio, a section for putting up recordings (as of now and for the near future, it's just a description of my playing style), a section for write-ups on local muscians, a gear page, a links page, and a contact page. Each page has some degree of content, because nothing would seem more lame than putting up a bunch of sections that said "Coming soon!". I'm going to go to bed soon, and when I wake up, I'm going to put down a couple more people in the local musicians section (2 more teachers, and a few muso's that've left town).