Master of my domain
First, as my birthday gift to myself, I registered my own domain, www.glenfarrelly.com
It redirects here for the time being.
Despite being in the Internet field for about eight years now, I never registered a domain. GoDaddy.com quickly turned up as the favoured domain registrar. I wanted a Canadian company but they (eg. 10Dollar.ca) are not as cheap ($7 per year) or offered as much extras. So far, so good with Go Daddy.
glenfarrelly.com will soon be the destination - for me, my mother, and possibly my wife.
For your viewing pleasure?
In honour of my birthday, I tried out Levi's personalized ad campaign. It's creepy, but unique. But you haven't seen anything like this before and after viewing this, you won't want to.
Glen stars in Levi ad - Rated "R" (terrifying)
Even more Glen
I've been cooking up a lot of stuff lately and over the years.
- My LinkedIn Profile
- My wiki project - Famous Torontonians
- My Movies Ratings on IMDB
- MySpace page
- My del.icio.us bookmarks
- My Diggs
- My volunteer work - maintaining Heritage Toronto
- My lens on Toronto history & culture
- My Amazon List of best Toronto non-fiction
- My favourite trip photos on Yahoo Photos
- My Wikipedia contributions - not many, yet
- My Quicken.ca/MoneySense.ca years - not much to show since the site was merged/purged with Canadian Business - but here's my RESP Calculator
- My first website, BonnieStern.com that I worked on professionally - I coded it (in ColdFusion), structured the site architecture & navigation, aided design and overall direction (surprisingly, while updated, it is still much like I left it in 2000)
- My online travelogues at Bootsnall (from 1999)
- My Wedsite
- My first online portfolio - embarrassing now
- My first job in the Internet - interning at Canadian Geographic, maintaining their website and writing online articles
- My school years at Classmates.com
The Internet really does enable - even encourage - narcissism.