Scavenging old posts

So to populate an otherwise empty blog, I’ve decided to take the quick (cheap) way and just list some of the JavaScript posts I’ve written up in the past. Hopefully worthwhile information and possibly even leads to new posts in the future:

Hello world!

Welcome to JavaScript: Unscripted. It’s been a long while since I’ve blogged, too long; my last main blog – bareBones Daily, which was general musings mixed with general technology and other reviews has been idle for over a year now…

As kismet would have it, I came across a course called ‘10 Steps to Learn Anything Quickly‘. I landed on it at a site called Simple Programmer. Part of this package is a blogging course, which can be found by itself here:

What it gave me, amongst trying to reign in all my incoherent pursuits and dispersions, was to create something that would be tangible, an indelible call to arms, to creating something that would at once be meaningful and give meaning to the one who creates it. To put myself out there without the facades, a clear focused objective to aim and then strive for. It enabled me to invest in the future in a viable and definitive way. I highly doubt I would’ve gotten back to blogging with as much gusto, as much as my weary mind and body would let me. Nor go as far as registering my own domain. But here we are.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Sometimes though, you need a helping hand to point you in the right direction and give you that nudge to get going.

So to that end, I christened this JavaScript: ‘Unscripted’. To boldly mark my endeavour to learn JavaScript and my encounters that will surely await me on the path to its mastery.