The web is not what it used to be.
Once upon a time, people labored over their home pages, wrestling with eternal questions like "What font defines me as a person?"
and "What color palette accurately conveys who I am?" These pioneer days of the internet exist only in memory now as massive platforms like Twitter and Facebook and Tumblr and
Vine and Instagram all provide content-management capabilities that make homepage creation little more than an interesting lost art.
Don't get me wrong, I'm guilty of it. There's no blog here; no neo-hipster attempt to go against the grain and ditch social media. Our family's pretty easy to find on the Twittergrambook.
However, on the off chance that you got here first, here's a summary of our social media footprint...