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1 July 2008

Heads up! I’m selling and moving this entire site over to As of next Tuesday (July 8th), will no longer work.

My email address(es) (and Kristina’s) are changing; in fact, they have already changed. You can now reach me “” instead of “”. Anything sent to after the 8th will go to somebody else :)

As of this writing, doesn’t look like much, but that will be changing as soon as possible, to give the search engines as much time as possible to figure it out. As soon as I make the switch, will automatically forward to until the 8th, that is. After the 8th, you’ll have to go straight to

Those of you following this blog through the RSS or Atom feeds will need to update your readers, once the switch is made. I’m not sure what will happen during this interim period. The best thing to do is to manually switch over in a few days. This will also be true for the gallery RSS feed.

Those of you following this blog through email will have to re-subscribe on the new website, once it is up. Sorry :-(

And I’m sure you’re all wondering “why” Well, I chose it because it was available, short, easy to remember, easy to spell, and had very few hits on Google. I found it by taking anagrams of words that had meaning to me. I’ll leave it to you to figure out the source word :)

  1. matt says:

    What, no sentimentality at all in your post? “Truism” as we have known/defined it has been around since we declared ourselves to be officially “truists” in 1994!!! I understand the ahem ‘incentive’ for selling the domain, but I just have to say pbbbtttthhh, and I hope you get some on ya :-)

  2. April says:

    Rainskit? Is that when you run really fast and then try to hydroplane over the water in tennis shoes? Or maybe it’s enacting a skit while it’s raining…the world may never know!

  3. Nathan Arthur says:

    Matt – yeah, I know. “truist” has had a 14 year run, but it’s still hard to spell over the phone :) I’m sad to see it go, but happy to move on to something new and different.

    April – “rainskit” isn’t really meant to have any meaning… but this might help answer your question :) (Thanks, Drew!)

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