What’s in a name?

Big news: I’ve decided to drop artemissne as a name for my creations, and to just use my own. A big step! šŸ˜‰

Artemissne has kept me company for about 3 years, and was linked with the screen name I had adopted before: missne. Missne was an elfin character from my favorite children’s book by Inger Edelfeldt -mysterious, unknown and perfect for my online life and the rediscovery of my own identity.

logo evolution

So when my creativity started leading its own life, I thought it deserved a name of its own too, a small jump to artemissne. There you had Artemis, missne, and art in it. I liked it.

I designed the logo at that time -a spiral reminding me of my love of fossils and all kinds of stones as a child, natural forms and patterns that still inspire me.

Sometimes you need to take another name to grow into your own. That’s what happened, crazy as it may sound: I’m ready to use my own name for my creations. Call me a late bloomer. šŸ™‚

So practically that means I’m changing all the artemissne extensions on most websites to kristienberghs, and I apologize beforehand for the bookmark updating troubles. I’ll update with a list on this blog.

Aarghh remains aarghh though, so you don’t have to worry about the mothership. I don’t intend to change the name of my homepage, it has been with me since I first set foot in virtual space in 2001. It refers to a castle in my favorite Monty Python film, and to the various sounds I make when either burning my fingers in the flame, touching hot glass, cutting myself on glass, sanding or sawing or filing off my fingers, nails, nose (1 occasion). That’s what you’ll get from playing with fire! :-p

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