Compu-Global Hyper Meganet is an Internet company established mid-February 2000. CGHM was devoted to bringing the public websites which supplied information about video games and other interesting topics. The founder, Covert, originally established six different websites. These were HM World, RZ2, CGHMobile, BondCenter, SimpsonsCenter, and SurvivalKids. Covert's main joy lay with the Harvest Moon series, so HM World is the most well-developed of all of the CGHM sites.
CGHM started out with only RedAlertZone (a site devoted to the game Command & Conquer: Red Alert by Westwood Studios) and MegaCheats (a site intended to have cheat codes and tips for various games on different consoles), but over time new sites were added and old ones were deleted. In March of 2000, a site called the "Enternet" was founded, intended to be a hub of useful links for use as an Internet start page. The concept was quickly abandoned, and in May of 2000 RedAlertZone 2, or "RZ2," was established to cover the sequel to Red Alert - Red Alert 2. Later that month the main CGHM site was moved to the more hospitable www.cghm.8k.com, where it would remain for several years. In December of that year, CGHMobile was founded, and in September of 2001, some major changes took place. RedAlertZone mysteriously got deleted, and the MegaCheats concept was abandoned out of an inability to deliver the intended content. HMWorld was also started in this month.
In April 2002, CGHM began to pay for banner-free service, and because of this all of the CGHM sites were moved to the one central location at cghm.8k.com. In November 2004 the site and its affiliates were moved to their current resting place at cghm.org.
That was the old CGHM. In September 2005, the site was revived from its dormancy as a place that Covert (now known as scwtte) would share his thoughts on the world and his life. Would this constitute a "blog"? Many less astute viewers might think so, especially since the site adopted a standardized posting system. But no, the site is not, nor will it ever be, a "blog," for several reasons:
- "Blog" is not a word. I only write with words.
- This site isn't just about me. It's a community, with several posters and an ever-changing landscape of knowledge covered by the naked bodies of orgy participants.
- There are three reasons this isn't a "blog."
If the design of the site changes, don't panic. All of the core material will persist.