In 2007 I launched the new Eboman website. The website was just a link page, linking to my web 2.0 pages hosting relevant content. Nowadays a commonly used concept, but in 2007 an orignal way of presenting yourself. A non-website, with no content on the site itself, but linking to other websites with the neccessary content.
The website consisted of a menu, linking to different websites and a video of me putting up the Eboman logo and adding elements to the menu. The menu consisted of the following items:
- Who is Eboman? – video in JumpCut (website is cancelled)
- News – blog posts in Blogger
- Hi-res Eboman tracks – Cruxy channel (cancelled, better quality than YouTube, and options to monetize videos)
- Lo-res Eboman tracks – YouTube channel
- Eboman Live – a photo collection in Flickr
- Technology – SmadSteck website (now EboStudio)
- History of Eboman – article in AidepikiW, because Wikipedia rejected my edits (now offline)
- Projectography – posts in WordPress (now offline)
- Agenda – agenda in Kiko (website cancelled)
- Contact – MySpace page
- More info – Google search about Eboman
The logo on the bottom of the menu linked to a forum about sampling, because sample clearance was still a hot topic. Soon that discussion became less relevant, because web 2.0 changed the way copyright is treated a lot. Since then I was able to finally show my work without copyright hassles (see also Trap to skiLL you and Happy CarCrashing).