And now, a note from your friendly neighborhood editor.
Hello, everyone! You’ve probably noticed the new theme. As it’s been a year since I started this site, I figured it was time to update it a little. All old content and such is still here, but I’ve added new features (like a handy-dandy “follow me” button, a calendar, social media links, etc.) and a brand-new […]
It’s been a whole year since I started this blog! And it’s still alive and kickin’! I’m so glad I managed to stick out this long for what can be a tedious and disheartening project. Happily, I’ve gotten a few jobs out of the site, quite a few followers and comments, and a lotta “likes” and encouragement. […]
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(Well, I did say BlueAnteater would return in January, right? It’s not technically over…) Happy New Year, everyone! I have some announcements to make before moving forward with new content. First, remember that update awhile ago when I had no idea what to do for this blog? Well, I’ve decided that was a bit of a silly […]
Blog Update: December 2014 BlueAnteater will be on hiatus until January! I have some new ideas for the new year that I hope everyone will enjoy~! Until then– HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!
Sorry for the Hiatus, Everyone! I didn’t quite realize how disruptive preparing for Turkey Day was going to be! Normal postings will resume tomorrow! (Memo to self: Set up a LONGER queue.)
Blog Update: Now What? Some thoughts on the relevance of this blog.
Blog Update: August 2014 Hey everyone! You may’ve noticed the layout change. Or not, I don’t judge. In any case, this is because I noticed that the previous theme seemed to be making my blog posts a little difficult to read. It was fine for my portfolio pages, but I need to make sure ALL my content is presentable […]
Blog Update: July 2014 Hey y’all! The reason for the brief break in posts (and I was totally on a roll!) is because I was in London for a week, then I was at San Diego Comic Con! It’s been a wild and wonderful fortnight, and I’m so grateful for the people who gave me the opportunities […]