Category: Updates

Some New Changes in the Midst

A year and a half ago, I detailed my desire to continue writing and I really meant it. In fact, for the past year and a half, I have been working on TruTower and also acquired 1800Pocket/PC. Needless to say, those two websites have kept me busy (and unfortunately this hasn’t left me much time […]

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A Year and Two Months Later, and Yes I’m Still Writing

Yeah it’s been awhile — long while — since I’ve posted on my personal blog. Yes, I’m definitely still writing. In fact, those who follow me via my Twitter account know firsthand that I’m writing a lot. Of course, a quick peek at TruTower.com will suffice as proof aplenty. I know quite a few of […]

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Check Out the New Poetry and Short Story Pages

The pages on the website have been undergoing some updates, particularly the Poetry and Short Story pages. You’ll see a new layout, new descriptions, and pictures on the Poetry page. Please let me know what you think and any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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New URL, New Name, More to Read…And More Coming

The new layout is now fully online. The website has been fully integrated with the blog so that all the content is now available in one place. In addition, ALL pages are now mobile compatible, so whether you’re out and about or just relaxing on the couch, you can read poems, short stories, articles, and […]

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Hooray! August 12, 2011 Updates Completed

Scheduled updates to Josh Robert Nay Online have been completed! This was the first major update since the new layout’s inception in May. The changes are as follows, separated by page: Home -New look for the short story segment. Instead of 3 boxes, there is now just one box with an informative description on the […]

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The Last and Final … Day of June

It’s official: 2011’s mid-life crisis is already circling the drain. Tomorrow will be the first day of July. Summer is about half over as well. Soon, the leaves on the trees will change color to signal the coming of fall and then later the coming of winter, and all the snow and ice that I […]

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