news archive

New Host

November 13th, 2014
I've just completed the site's too simple transition to a new host.

Script Updates

June 9th, 2011
Posted updates to abTwoFace, abKeyWrangler, abScriptMenu, and abZoomRanges mostly to improve compatibility with Maya 2012. But there are some new features, too.

The site works again

July 9th, 2007
Comments and entries were broken for a little while due to a PHP upgrade and some sloppiness on my part. Everything should be back to normal now.

Site Tweaks

February 2nd, 2006
Since I've been in a scripting mood lately, I've taken the time to add a few new features to the site.

Goodbye old crew

December 15th, 2005
Spidernaut has a place in the hills that he feels like he hasn't been spending enough time at, FutureMan is planning on opening up his own sweet shoppe somewhere in Old Town(e), and Dead Artist just wants to sleep. The Thief in the background, bitter that his concept never made the cut in the first place, snuck into the picture unannounced (as thieves tend to do). The upshot of all this is that I decided to release them from their contracts and redesign the site. In the process I cleaned up the html and stylesheets that had, over a year or two of incremental changes, turned into a rickety old code jalopy. The original design (with the help of some cheap stand ins) can still be found [here](http://supercrumbly.com/latestV1.php).

RSS

October 10th, 2005
So I've added an rss feed, and I'm using (what so far seems to be) the most excellent Feedburner to support it. I'd never have imagined that something as simple as a basic rss feed could require such a sophisticated backend to manage, but I'm glad that someone did. It's very cool.

Comments

September 21st, 2005
So I finally got around to implenting a comment system for the site this weekend. Selected entries are now open for your commenting pleasure. Like this one, appropriately enough.

Site work

June 9th, 2005
I'm making a few modifications to the site, so please ignore any strange html, css, or page issues. Of course, that's assuming that I don't break this sidebar functionality and you can still actually read this.