But that's why I'm going to keep my own personal site for a while. Because there's a lot of material here that's just as useful (or useless) now as it was when I first put it here online, and it's still here. It hasn't scrolled off to oblivion or obscurity, it hasn't been trapped behind a paywall or hidden from Google or monetized or vanished when the host company merged or folded. It hasn't become un-maintainable because my copy of Dreamweaver or iWeb or HoTMeTaL doesn't run any more. It's all here, hand-written in HTML.
Admittedly I don't add new material nearly as often as I used to. Life happens. I've had other web sites occupying my attention. Too bad. I expect one of these days I will finally stop hosting the site on my own personal server, but I'm willing to bet that when I die, I'll still have some version of this web site online. Facebook didn't obsolete it, smartphones haven't made it irrelevant, and nothing I see coming is likely to replace what this collection of material is, and does.
Some essays I have written.
Various documents related to my Golden Guidelines for Good Game Design.
Some logos I have designed. (note, some images currently missing due to a hard drive failure) Also, a set of map tags I made for use with Google Maps.
Some works of art I have concocted.
Some programs I have written.
A variety of items relating to board and card games, including some game rules I have documented, and some game boards I have made.
Some Magic: the Gathering material I have excavated for historical reasons.
My old Kool-aid collecting/trading page, now somewhat obsolete.
A set of maptags I made for use with Google Maps.
The obligatory Page of Interesting Links, by no means guaranteed to still take you some place, depending on age.
A plethora of me elsewhere on the web, as well as some people who are not me.
The gallery of photographs, which will slowly be re-uploaded as my whims dictate.
(Mostly) useful hints for selecting gifts for the birthday or the Christmas.
A selection of documents related to Foolscap, an SF convention I helped start.