CD5K > PCP
I'm the creator of Cybernetic Demise 5000, which primarily
exists to host my projects. This, here, is something of a companion site to my
Highly Saucy Directory. However, while that
place is a repository of my older works, the Perfectly Cooked Pages will be
about any newer (non-fiction) stuff I've made. It essentially serves as an
HTML duplicate of my
The easiest way to get into contact with me is to send me a message on Tumblr, either via IM or ask. If you would prefer email, I can be reached at email@example.com, but the message will be seen sooner if it's sent to my blog.
Anyway, what's here? The HSD currently features lists of my favorite things, and archives of my prior works. But, it was originally going to have a section with more current offerings; tech talk, rants, musings on web design, and some online video-related things. I decided to put those here, instead. The other website is very much historical; a one-and-done sort of affair. But, the PCP is full of fresh and tasty things for your mind to gawk at.
What?! There are many lamentations, and only one pedant! We're already off to a "great" start. Anyway, welcome to the obligatory personal rant section, where I verbally flatulate about not understanding people and why they all have to try my patience by being different from me.
Of course, what would a homepage be, without links to some other Neocities dwellers I find neat?
If that's just not enough stuff to look at for you, I have a page loaded with links over in the Highly Saucy Directory. Check out over 120 more websites and programs I very much enjoy: Get linked on, son.
This is Art. A new friend of mine, who guards my pages. I found him in an old, collapsed cave system where he'd been staying with a few other survivors. He asked to come with me, so why not? I've always wanted a fluffy pal to stargaze with.
But his friends are still back there. See if you can find a place for one of them, hm? They don't need much; just a caring home where they'll be appreciated.
Zero nonsense: This is hand-coded HTML+CSS written in Notepad2 on Windows 7 via a buckling-spring keyboard. Because I'm hardcore, baby! But, so long as you keep practicing, some day you'll be just as good at this as I am.
All original content is released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. So long as the base is linked to, and the subsequent work is issued under the same license, feel free to make any adaptations or modifications of this that you fancy.
Please enjoy responsibly.