Well it happens every once in a while to anyone who has a website on the Internet these days. The need to change web hosting providers. Various circumstances can lead to that change and this past week it happened to me for just the third time since 2004. That is a pretty good track record when you think about it.
Since I am no longer willing to run the risk of coming up against Twitter’s algorithms and suffer a third inadvertent suspension, I am changing up how I share links from my RSS collection. This article details the entire process to document it for others to possibly use and emulate.
This site has gone through many iterations over its nearly 24 years of existence. It first went live at GeoCities.com in the Silicon Valley neighborhood of Heights back in August of 1995. Over those years, it’s name has morphed from “Another Windows 95 Links and Resources Page” to “AnotherWin95.com” and now to “WindowsObserver.com”. Today it’s legacy receives an update in the form of its first ever unique and original logo designs.