In the first "site updates" post I’ve done in several months, I’m today announcing a number of site changes and updates that will take place this Summer.
After nearly two-and-a-half years of running GEEK!, I’ve had the chance to share my technological point of view as a teenager in full-time education. I’ve also had the chance to write some useful guides and share some useful downloads that have proven popular to many.
I’ve now come to the decision that, over the course of the next few months, I’m going to make a few significant changes to GEEK!.
In basic terms, I’m going to make a little more personal. My main issue with the current site is that it relies to heavily on “tech” news and I don’t want the site to reach a point where GEEK! is simply repeating the news – that was never the idea of the site.
So, in the not-too-distant future, GEEK! will get a new design, logo and “branding” (as loosely as the term fits what I’m trying to say!). I’m also going to start writing posts that are more general rather than just about technology.
This doesn’t mean that I’ll stop writing about tech, though. Hell no. I’ll still be reviewing tech when I can and posting about important tech news events as they happen. I’m still a GEEK!, after all.
Oh, and on that note, I am keeping the name!
Thanks for being a part of GEEK! since the launch in 2008. Hopefully, it’ll still be here for years to come.