Doing a test run here to see if I can embed Dailymotion videos onto this site. If it works well enough, I may start adding my old videos from that channel onto this archive site.
In other news, work is going to slowly but surely pick up as I cherry-pick which posts from both blogs as well as various older websites are actually worth archiving on here. Will get back to you soon.
So, here we are again.
I’ve had this WordPress space for a couple years now and mostly did it as a back-up plan in the event I might need to jump current blog, which can be found here for those who care. However, the thought occurred to me that rather than migrate everything from that blog to this one, the better plan would be to take the stuff worth keeping and organize that stuff a little better.
In some sense, it’s more akin to my review archive blog that hosts just the reviews, but featuring more than just the reviews.
In any event, as time progresses, I’ll be bringing over my pre-existing material over to this blog and fix whatever formatting that might be required as a result. This will take a bit of time, however, and it’ll be slow going, as this is low priority for the moment… but still, if there’s anything worth noting. I’ll let you know.
Looking forward to meeting you here in the future.
Power Rangers: Beginnings was essentially my own reimagining of the first episode “Day Of The Dumpster,” combined with elements from the unaired pilot. The base story was written in 2001 and edited slightly in 2003 for its Fanfiction.Net account. This was the version that was re-upped back last year, with minor tweaks and edits.
Roughly a decade after the story’s original conception (and just in time for the 20th Anniversary celebration to begin), Beginnings is reposted once more. This time, certain changes have been made to the narrative and overall prose, but it’s still the same story.
Disclaimer: The author would like to clarify that Power Rangers and its characters is owned by Saban Brands and not the author.
As we near the final, dying hours of 2004, I begin to reflect back to the good things that had happened in the past year.
Originally posted in three parts on the original DTM Blog. Naturally, this archive version has been edited into one single post. I don’t recall the context, but I think it has something to do with some poll to air popular episodes on the old ABC Family channel or something.