For some reason, my WordPress went haywire and deleted my last posting. We’ll have none of that!
I have been some very exciting things on the horizon, and I thought I’d share a few with you. If you haven’t been here since my last post, then you might not have noticed a few new upgrades to my page.
If you look over to your right, you’ll notice that we now have an improved search bar, a stats box, and even a nifty little Facebook box that will take you right my Facebook page. Sweet, right?!?
Yup, right there. YOU LIKE ME NOW!
“But Justin…Why on Earth would we like you on Facebook if I’m already subscribed to your page here?” Good question, logic! You see, finding time to write blog posts, pull ideas together and such can sometimes be rather cumbersome in the big picture of work, play and everything else in my life. Besides, weekly blog posts mean I only get to entertain and inform you once a week and that’s just not enough! With my Facebook page, I’ll be able to post stuff daily to the whole world. Sweet, right?
And now, the moment you’ve been waiting for.
I’ve posted before that I’ve been looking to upgrade my logo, banner, etc and I just haven’t had the right one. I’ve seen a few, but none really jumped out at me. A few from friends like my former sidekick Katy and others from fans, but I think we finally have the one. More than anything, I think it was time we retired Harrison Ford’s face from the blog.
Wait for it…
Oh man, I haven’t been this excited since I learned 90s Batman was on Amazon streaming!
HERE WE GO!
Behold, the new, shiny Brash Librarian!
(Click on it if you want to see the big HD version!)
TA-DAAAA! This work was done by my friend and coworker Shane. If you like his work, let know in the comments below! If you have a photoshop need in your life, Shane is definitely available for hire. I’m pretty sure “Photoshop Mercenary” is on his business card somewhere.
In the next coming week, this will become the new banner for the page! I also have some special news that I will save for next week.
Love it? Hate it? Share your thoughts below!
Justin Brasher, Brash Librarian