Entries from Hurm News tagged with 'Nowheresville'

Hurm.com in 2007

Hurm.com was registered on July 15, 1997. Which means, of course, it'll be 10 years old in the middle of next year. How will I celebrate, if at all? I'm not sure, but I do know that, to help my...

Updated "Nice Places to Visit"

I once used Blogrolling for my "Nice Places to Visit" website links. It has some nice features, but I never really went back to update it, so I removed it from this site. Instead, I went for a simpler "in...

No more cross-posting of Local Heroes

Typically, when I post a new Local Heroes strip, I mention it in both the Local Heroes and Nowheresville blogs. For Nowheresville, it's been sort of a cheap way to keep up my monthly post count. I decided I'm not...

Hurm.com now at DreamHost

The Hurm.com network, which includes Hurm Studio, Local Heroes, and Nowheresville, has moved to a new hosting service. We are now proud to be be using the DreamHost service. A link to DreamHost has been added into the indicia section...

Trains in Nowheresville once again on time

Yes, the Nowheresville trains are once again running like clockwork and according to schedule, now that Movable Type seems to be working properly on the new hosting server. Update: Also, www.nowheresville.org will now work as a proper domain name. That...

Security Issues

Hurm.com (Hurm Studio, Local Heroes, Nowheresville, etc.) pages have been having some security issues for the past few days. I'm trying to keep up, but in the next few days I'll be moving all of Hurm.com to a new host....

Hurm Store Gets Dedicated Page

I've listed a "store" for a number of my ventures (Hurm, Local Heroes, Nowheresville, Freeborn, the BS&R, and Avalon) for a long time now. That store has really just been merchandise from Cafe Press, but it's my hope that, at...

Resolving: Redesigning Hurm.com

Remember when I posted my cleverly-named "6 Resolutions for 2006"? Well, I'm nearly done with resolution number 3, "Redesign Hurm.com."...

What is Nowheresville?

Nowheresville is an online journal, and as such is "Nobody's Home" on the Internet. This blog (web log) has an archive that you can search, a forum in which you can chat, and merchandise which you can purchase. And, if...

University at Nowheresville logo, merchandise

The new University at Nowheresville logo is now on display in the Hurm Studio portfolio's Graphic Design subsection. Plus, Cafe Press stocks all your essential U at NO merchandise!...

Nowheresville Facelift Finished

The "Nowheresville facelift" mentioned here, here, and here is essentially finished. Updates to the alternate site styles are being worked on and should be completed shortly....

Nowheresville Facelift, Phase Three

I'm implementing some major behind-the-scenes changes and improvements with the new Nowheresville design. I broke something with the entry publishing system with phase two, and while I try to fix that I thought I'd take the opportunity to make some...

Another Hurm Studio Portfolio Update

I have updated the Hurm Studio portfolio once again. This update to the Web Design subsection includes Nowheresville and a Gamers Charity button and banner....

Nowheresville Facelift, Phase Two

I've finished some design tweaks to the Nowheresville facelift that I mentioned a couple of days ago, and am slowly implementing the design throughout the site. Some pages may seem odd looking or even broken while the update is occuring....

Nowheresville Facelift, Phase One

Welcome to the new look for Nowheresville. This is the final version of the the redesign I mentioned recently. Only the home page has changed thus far--I'm letting the changes sink in before doing the rest of my site. Let...

Another Redesign Attempt

I've been working on another redesign concept for Nowheresville. You can view the work in progress here....

Webdesign added to portfolio

I own TheFourthWall.com, and although it appears to be an entertainment review site it's actually a Web development portfolio piece. Today I added it to my online portfolio, at www.hurm.com/studio/....

Nowheresville site updates

I've been working on some site optimizations and coding updates for the past few hours, in preparation for some minor layout revisions/tweaks....

Nowheresville Merchandise

I was goofing around a bit in Photoshop earlier this evening and ended up creating a simple "Welcome to Nowheresville" road sign image. Soon afterward, because I know you've been craving your Nowear (get it? get it?), I set up...

Nowheresville forum

I created a Nowheresville’s “Town Square” discussion forum and added a link to it in the “Etc.” navigation block. I don't expect it to get much traffic at all, but feel free to try it out if you like....

Nowheresville.org

I finally decided to begin the last stage of abandoning my old host. Nowheresville.org now points to www.hurm.com/nowheresville/, and it looks like it's already started resolving properly....

Nowheresville Under Construction

I've done some more tweaking with Nowheresville. The changes are fairly small, but the all help in moving toward the current "cityscape" imagery....

What does the skyline say?

Each building in the skyline currently used in the Nowheresville background is actually a character in a font. When I mentioned that to a friend of mine earlier today, she immediately asked what the skyline spelled out....

Hurm.com

This is a test of the new Hurm.com publishing system. I'm in the middle of migrating some old articles form my Nowheresville.org personal blog and half-heartedly-started TheFourthWall.com. Some links and categories may not be updated right away....

Categorizing Nowheresville

I've decided to begin assigning categories to the Nowheresville.org entires. Here's a list of the categories I came up with: Friends & Family: This is probably obvious, but entries that center around my friends and family members will be assigned...

Hurm.com e-mail troubles

I've been having a hard time getting my hurm.com e-mail fixed--it's been down since November 1st. In my most recent e-mail to the hosting company I finally told them I'll need it completely fixed by tomorrow, other wise I'll have...

Site issues fixed

There were some minor troubles with the site in the aftermath of the domain being properly set as Nowheresville.org, and although I lost the "click to read more" portion of the article prior to this one everything seems to be...

Testing publishing system

This is simply a test of the site's new publishing system. Everything seems to be working properly on this iteration of the installation. Just as a point of fact, it's also my birthday. :]...

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