New year. New site.
January 02, 2013
I was searching through some old compact discs (CD-Rs!) that had backed up files from my university years. I was looking for old essays for a grad school application. What I ended up finding was some old versions of my website.
I’m still looking for those essays.
In an effort to keep these sites archived, I have added them to this site as a backup copy, you know, just in case manufacturers decide to stop building disc drives for computers.
###Two thousand ten
ryanprice.net circa 2010a
This was the last iteration of my site before the one you are looking at now. It did not last long online because of a disgruntled student and the fact that my phone number was posted. I had fears that I might end up with “a situation”, so I pulled it as precaution. I never got around to removing the phone number and gave up on it.
###Two thousand five
ryanprice.net circa 2005
Right after I graduated from the Web Design program at Sheridan College I launched this site in an effort to become gainfully employed. It worked.
This version of ryanprice.net was done in Flash with a Dreamweaver template. I hated the concept of HTML back then, but I also didn’t really understand the power of CSS either. Now I know better. Even though the site is built with Flash, I’m still impressed with the ActionScripting done for this site.
###Two thousand three
ryanprice.net circa 2003
I had just bought a book on Bluenote album covers and felt inspired. I also had a huge CD collection and thought music should be reflected in my site.
The site was built in Flash because I had no idea what HTML was, other than the fact that Flash created it for me. It is one big file. I was self taught and really had no idea what I was doing.