The website was launched this month on the 10th. A request for viewers to switch off (or add the site to the safe list of) their ad-blocker software for the sake of the ad banners we had at the time (we have since disposed of these ads, by the way).
My first non-Trying Stuff food review (Georgie Pie) was posted.
Forbes posted reviews for the first 4 Black Sabbath albums.
We shared our condolences for Mick Jagger and the loss of his then girlfriend, L'Wren Scott, which postponed their New Zealand concert as a result.
My review of restaurant chain, Burger Fuel, was posted. This was soon followed by a review of the V "Kaboom!" Double Hit Energy Drink.
The first of Forbes' stories, "Investigations - The Lightning Man" had its release.
Finally, I posted my review of the 2014 film, "Mr. Peabody & Sherman".
Forbes posted reviews for the following 2 Black Sabbath albums.
It is realised at this point that n-Somnia is still going strong on selected websites.
The rest of Forbes' "Investigations" story is released.
Links to material produced by Gary Fox is added to the website ("No World Order" comic and a "Downfall" parody).
Social media widgets for relevant profiles are added to their own page on the website for people to keep up with the likes of Facebook and Twitter without having to go to the websites directly.
My first 3 music reviews (2 Unlimited, a-ha and ABC) are posted.
A profile page for characters we've created was added to the website.
It is revealed that the website has a hidden 'Easter Egg' somewhere on the website.
Forbes' follow-up story, "The Demented Department: House for Sale" is released.
It is announced that we have a new YouTube channel and plan on gradually moving all of our videos to this new account over time.
We announce the inevitable release of our "Comic Wit" video, useful info about it and even a teaser trailer.
I re-release my documentary film, "Pilgrim", to the public.
A video we made at this year's Armageddon Expo is released after a long delay.
"Comic Wit" finally gets its release.
A slight change in prices for our albums were made on Bandcamp.com this month.
I blogged about spam messages via mobile phones.
A very important message on escalator safety was addressed.
The return of the "Trying Stuff" series after a year-and-a-half absence is announced, and the first new episode is released.
I get my first ever radio interview as n-Somnia at Pulzar FM.
We commenced working on "The Gosney Tapes", followed by the release of the first single ("Satan's Death") since 2012.
Forbes starts his "Weasel Words" blog series, based on a segment in the later episodes of "Ducksel FM".
The first 5 chapters of Forbes' story, "Angels & Demons: Rebellious Nature" are released.
Gosney's first album from "The Gosney Tapes", called "The Brother of Hell", is released.
We each both posted a blog sharing our thoughts and respects after the passing of Robin Williams.
The next "Trying Stuff" episode is released.
And finally, we announced the conclusion of "The Gosney Tapes" sessions.
Everything else will proceed as planned as of tomorrow. Happy reading!