This is the part of my site that holds some of the underlying stuff about what was going through my mind when I was writing an article, what the site looks like overall, other places of interest, and archived news stories.
This is a representation of how pages on the site are organised. All the pages in orange are sub-pages of the main website and link to all the blue and red pages. Red pages possess multiple articles that can be navigated using the image links, while blue pages are dedicated articles. The exception is Gundam 00, which is broken down into four smaller sections.
The internet is at once an incredible resource for stuff, and yet it can be the jerk of all jerks. There are some sites that stand out above the others (sites I visit regularly). Here are some of the sites that are worth mentioning, along with a blurb about content and/or function.
There are many great sites out there for many things. Below are the sites that deserve honourable mention: they're awesome sites, but I don't visit them as often for stuff. (Here, order does denote degree of awesomeness).
Finally, my presence is felt elsewhere on the internet. The motivation behind this is usually to enable greater access to knowledge or resources, allowing me to augment this site to a far greater extent than would be otherwise possible.
The archive for this website is no longer maintained: these archives document the updates I've made since beginning this site in November 2007. While these archives are no longer accessible, individuals looking to get in touch with me are more than welcome to do so at the Infinite Mirai.
Site Inspector Approved
Infinite Zenith holds the honour of being one of the last sites on the internet to be Site Inspector Approved. Formed during the dot-com bubble, Site Inspector went offline for good when the bubble burst, but during its time, it checked sites for spyware and other cyber-hazards. We have things like McAfee Site Inspector now, so sites like Site Inspector have gone obsolete. This one was received on December 4, 2008.
Spider Sim's Web Award
For offering top-notch content, a clean layout and thought-provoking writing, Spider Sim awarded this website with the award back in March 23, 2013. The days of site awards are long past now, but these tokens are a reminder that smaller personal websites can nonetheless be quite useful for readers with specialised interests. This award's been around since 1998, so I imagine that, like the SiteInspector Approved award, the Infinite Zenith is one of the last sites on the internet to receive this honour.