Now that I own BryanZhang.com I’ve decided to put it to good use. Well, calling this use “good” might be a bit of a stretch.
For whatever reason, there seem to be a lot of awkward photos of Bryan floating around the web. My buddy Patrick suggested I start a website featuring a collection of these images. So I created a new Tumblr and started The Many Awkward Faces of Bryan (creating the site took all of about 10 minutes). Each post asks the visitor to provide their own photo caption. I refuse to take sole responsibility for this nonsense, so I’ve authorized several people to be contributors. We’re also taking submissions from the public.
From a geek perspective, I think the best part of this little website is that it’s on a subdomain. Meaning, if and when Bryan chooses to start using BryanZhang.com for his own purposes we could keep this site active without it interfering with his real website (though I’d password protect it and rename it so he’d actually be taken seriously as a professional). Or, you know, I could just trash the whole thing if he wants.
You can get notification of new posts by email, RSS, or Twitter via @AwkwardBryan. (This is the other part the geek in me enjoys. The creation of this Twitter account makes the name of Bryan’s actual Twitter account — @realbryanzhang — make more sense.)