Neil A. Evans


I’ve kept an electronic journal in one form or another since 1994, and I’ve been keeping a web site for almost as long, which I think makes me an relatively early adopter, and on my reckoning, this must be the tenth version of the site taking into account the various domains and designs it’s had over the years since long before the Millennium.

Some varitations were undoubtedly more successful than others, but I’ve enjoyed writing all of them, and in the few years or so that I’ve been keeping a site I’ve accrued an absolutely enormous amount of content – dumping brain to keyboard has been a cheap, but it must be said, effective form of therapy and over the years what started as a simple calling card has developed into a journal, a photolog, a recipe book and news about various adventures and projects I’ve been having.

People often ask about the tools that I use to create the site and it’s content, presumably when they’re looking to start there own site, and I’m always the first to admit that what I use might be considered as running the gamut, which is a combination of: my Mac Pro and my Mac Book Pro which are both loaded with Adobe Creative Suite.

There’s also an espresso machine, millions of songs, my beloved hi-fi with it’s Bower & Wilkins speakers, as well as copious amounts of biscuits and cake and of course the ever winsome Dave; without whom there simply wouldn’t be a site as he’s forever inspiring me to write, as well as barreling into my code to fix the horrid mess that I tend to write first time around.