I’ve had a lot of people ask me about the fate of Isaac’s site Neopagan.net. (I say “Isaac’s” deliberately; even though it was ours, he was the one who did the work, and he was surely its heart and soul.)
As of now I’m preserving it as it is. Partly that’s technical; Isaac had been managing it with now-obsolete web design software. Towards the end of his life, when the computer that ran the software finally died, he was hand-coding site changes–admirable, perhaps, but tedious certainly.
Of course, I’ll have to make some changes. Right now, unfortunately, if you don’t come to the blog, you don’t even know he’s dead. And there’s a lot of obsolete contact information that needs to be removed.
Other than that, as much as I teased him about the site’s dated look, I think I’m going to leave it as it is. I used to tell him it was state of the art–for 1996. Now I think I’ll call the look Retro Chic. Maybe it’ll start a trend.
At any rate, there’s a lot of great content there, and I hope you’ll take time to explore it. Meantime, most of my efforts will be here on the blog.
(Hey, anyone out there from drak.net? I could use some answers to the questions I sent you last November.)