I'll admit it up front - I hate to get rid of old stuff, even if I'm not doing anything with it any longer. While this leads to cluttered rooms in my house, there's little downside to the same thing online, other than perhaps shame and embarrassment. Below are links to the major sections of this site, and in fact some of them date to its previous incarnations (one of which was the ever-so-humbly named "Page of Original Content").
It's entirely possible that this will someday be a playlist, not just a list. And I do occasionally add an outstanding or interesting track to the list, too.
I still derive enjoyment from the random band name generator, but that's just me.
The whole shebang contained a few entries of an online diary, many written back in the days when there weren't simple programs to create such things easily. Every now and then I uncover another one scribbled on the back of a page of class notes, but there aren't nearly as many of these as I'd like there to be.
I should've written more of them, as some of them (like my strangest dream still make me laugh--and wonder).
Vent was surprisingly probably the least-updated section of my site, surprising because it was where I meant to put my strongest opinions and the like. Nowadays these would be nearly ordinary blog entries, but at the time I thought something like this was really out there.
More amusing is that I honestly thought such a section warranted a disclaimer. The fact that the logo contains my long-abandoned dynamic domain name is a testament to just how long I'd let these pages go unmaintained.
I have a great many things still to add to this section, and I intend to do so if for no other reason to finally be able to recycle the paper on which they're written.
The back burner was aptly named, as it was where I had stored pages and projects that often weren't even half-finished. It was also a holding pen for pages that didn't quite warrant their own directory (such as the sizable email archive).
Of course this even wasn't a complete look at all of the stuff I'd ever shelved, just a few bits and pieces of things I'd been able to slap some HTML across.