Only significant changes to the actual contents or structure of the site will be listed. Layout stuff or minor corrections will not. Progress on offline, upcoming projects is not documented, since work on a particular page might be postponed due to time and other considerations, such as natural fluctuations of my inspiration and self-discipline.
September 16, 2017: Added my most recent album with Namlar.
September 13, 2015: My web hotel One.com has begun offering a photo storage service, and I have decided to use that as an alternative to hand-coding my gallery page. My new image gallery can now be found at the subdomain photo.niklasandreasson.se.
August 8, 2014: Added introductions to the music theory course and the Guitar School.
August 7, 2014: Expanded the article about musical keys with the expected section about the circle of fifths.
August 5, 2014: Minor revisions to my music theory articles.
August 3, 2014: Uploaded the Namlar EP to the Music section and some new photos.
July 1, 2013: The Music section has been recast in favor of my solo album A Fool's Paradise, released in April, 2013.
January 20, 2013: As a first step of a modernization project, I have converted the entire site from XHTML 1.0 to HTML5.
July 12, 2012: Changes this time around are mostly under-the-hood stuff. The dramatic difference is that I've decided to put a more Swedish slant on my website. The default home page ("index.html") is now in Swedish, and my followers abroad will need to update your bookmarks accordingly. Don't worry: this site will be bilingual for the foreseeable future.
January 12, 2012: I added a little
introductory page about my second novel. Most of the other work, however, entailed the removal of articles in preparation for the upcoming new site.
January 8–9, 2012: My website has been utter chaos for the past year or so. Since nothing has happened here since March, 2011, it is safe to assume that the disarray has been of an offline nature. Anyway, I have decided to restructure the whole site, and while I'm at it, I might as well try to update the layout a bit. In the meantime, I intend to keep the current version on life support. This time around, I have done a number on my Links page (eliminated dead links, added new ones, restructured a bit). I have also uploaded more music, a few new photographs, and I have downsized the subsection about my old 365 Project to show only the very best photographs (new for Jan 9: comments!). The Swedish section of the site will show that I finished my second novel in August, 2011, which might explain why there have been no updates here in almost a year. More to come shortly, so stay tuned (even though you are excused for despairing...).
February 14, 2011: Updated the Links page. I am not finished with this website, just give a bit more patience!
April 29, 2010: Updated the Music page with a newly recorded song!
March 24, 2010: Updated various articles on music theory, mostly those who tend to get opinionated rather than factual.
February 22, 2010: Updated/corrected a major malfunction in my article on Transposing Instruments. Updated my links collection to reflect the fact that I now exist on both Facebook and Twitter! (Wasn't that about time, the world wonders.)
January 4, 2010: Just to be clear, no future updates to the 365 Project will be kept track of on the Index or Update pages. You will have to go straight to the subpage to check for any additions.
January 2, 2010: Happy New Year everyone! I thought I might herald the new decade with one of those pretentious projects that usually start off well enough, but run out of energy before I get even halfway. But anyway, the main update this time is the 365 Project, where I challenge myself to take one photograph a day until December 31, 2010. Also, minor updates of some other pages.
July 14, 2009: Reworked the Photo Gallery significantly—no more thumbnails, and only my 12 best photographs!
July 6, 2009: Added a new article about transposing instruments, added some links as well. Minor refreshes of other articles. Most of the work in the past few weeks has been concentrated on the Swedish section of the site.