This morning, I was looking back at old Google Sites of mine. I was trying to find one specifically to give a friend a laugh, but then I discovered two others that I had completely forgotten about.
I've said that I started really trying to do this whole journalism thing in 2010. In my memory, I started it officially some time in 2010 on Blogger (or BlogSpot as it was once called), and Immortal Music as you're currently seeing it now came in 2011.
As it turns out, I was wrong.
I apparently had the idea in October 2009, but didn't exactly follow through. I found a crappy little website I threw together and then barely used for two years called 'Random Bandology." What a wonderful name, right? Please note the sarcasm oozing from that question.
It appears as though I started it, wrote biographies for Three Days Grace and My Chemical Romance, and then did not touch it again until August 2010. I didn't even have all my information right! What the hell. In 2009, I was sixteen and I actually have no memory of writing those and putting them on a website.
Then in 2011, I decided that website was crap and I needed a new one. All I did was make the home page and apparently soon after moved onto BlogSpot and Weebly. This one was called "Music Is My Life" and apparently I had made another website called "Music = Life" that got disabled due to lack of funds on my part. Again, I don't remember this.
It appears as though all of these old websites overlapped one another, and all along they haven't been fully music related. The Immortal Music on BlogSpot was used for a little bit of everything, including just random thoughts I felt like sharing. I don't really know why that was, but honestly, I still do that. I do try to keep it more relevant now, but on occasion there will be something totally unrelated.
The whole point of this really was just to highlight how much things can change, and I was just baffled by the fact that this all actually started right about the same time I got really into rock music.
A lot can change in just a few years, and that kind of fascinates me.
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