As a person who already has/had a website with a given theme to it, coming up with a new name for it wasn’t relatively challenging.
- The T-site.com
One and Two were previous names for the website in the exact order they’re placed in. I want my website to be a mix of my portfolio and my blog. As a future author, I don’t wish for people to view me as being “greater” than “the everyday person.” I’m just a dude who chose to walk the path of writing because I like myths, cultures, and humanity. Anyone else could have done the same if they wanted to. Regardless, I feel that portfolios and the like give off this feeling of prestige that robs people of viewing me as a person. I want to discuss my thoughts with people. I want people to know that I’m a person with opinions and beliefs, not just a guy who writes for a living. That may sound contradictory at first, but it makes sense. Trust me. We’re going on a tangent so let’s move on.
“TheGamerTree.com” was meant to represent a place where a lot was held, like how a tree holds a lot (animals, branches, nuts, fruits, flowers, water, etc.). At first, I just wanted a place to discuss ideas for games I liked. But then, I realized I had more I wanted to talk about than just video games. So then “TheWanderer’sKeep.com” was born. The wanderer aspect of the name came from what I had described before. It gives off this sympathetic atmosphere, no? A person who wanders about the world searching for purpose, resources, and people. The keep aspect came from the idea of this Wanderer bringing a guest into their home and showing the guest the relics they’ve acquired from their travels. A man sitting in his robe on a comfy chair with a warm fire burning beside him was what I was trying to go for when thinking of a name. And I think I’ve done a good job portraying that in all of the names listed above.
I’m proud to have taken this class to better my skills as a website maker and owner. Hopefully, I’ll be able to make good use of them. I can’t say if I have a favorite website. I only web surf when I have a question, but if it’s for entertainment, Youtube.
Hours pass by whenever I’m on this app. The myriad of things I’ve learned are thanks to this site. Well, outside of school, obviously.