letting go

Six years ago, I bought my first domain, I dismantled it two years ago, and created in its stead, but I’ve kept registered.

Until now.

It’s not just the cost, although that’s certainly a concern. It’s a part of my life, and one I think of fondly, but it’s just not an important one anymore. All of this financial stuff has spurred in me a new interest in streamlining my life, and so I’ll let the registration of five of my six domains expire when the time comes, keeping only

I wonder what changed, why my website became less of an obsession. The easy answer is that I became more comfortable with being offline, so online stuff mattered less. Yet I wonder if the easy answer is the whole truth.

Goodbye, You were good for me. I hope you swim swiftly to someone who needs you as I once did.

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I acknowledge that I live and work on stolen Cowlitz, Clackamas, Atfalati, and Kalapuya land.
I give respect and reverence to those who came before me.