Shining, shimmering, splendid!

It’s been a goal of mine for the past few years to transition Muybridge’s Horse from a blog to the sustainable, timeless archive/artist index it’s had the potential to be. Over the summer, I learned that I had the opportunity to speak at an SPE conference for the first time. When I told Dan (my collaborator on the web development end), he must have read my mind, because he asked if I would like to upgrade MH in the ways we’d been talking about since the last time we gave the site a facelift. It was a scramble to get it done in time, and although I was nervous (like, crazy nervous?!) to give my talk, seeing the site in the form that we’d always sort of dreamed gave me a ton of confidence. My presentation included screenshots since there was no internet at the historic ranch where the conference was held, but knowing it would hold up if I had been demoing the site live made me feel like a proud parent.

Is it silly to include on a website screenshots of the very website being viewed? Yes, probably. However, on the off-chance that you were not intending to click over to the site from wherever you’re viewing this, I’m going to do it. But seriously, check out how beautiful this website looks and how gorgeously it functions. I made it for you, after all.

Let me share this whole new world with you! A wondrous place, for you and me!
Do it for the Aladdin references!