This website has undergone a few major design changes since its creation. I have reached a point where any further changes will probably be negligible.
Originally, the site categorised pages based on the opinion they expressed. There were 3 sections: the Greatabase (positive opinions), the Hateabase (rants), and Misc (neither). I soon realised that this system made it difficult to keep track of pages, and made an extra page sorting them by topic.
I then realised that there was no point in keeping the infinitely less useful Greatabase/Hateabase/Misc system, and having multiple sorting systems went against the site's minimalist philosophy. I restructured the site to sort by topic only. I'm not sure why I started with the unintuitive and untidy G/H/M system; I may have thought it was unique, when in fact it was inconveniently idiosyncratic.
I also created non-blog sections. Non-blog pages may be updated to reflect changing views/circumstances, while blog posts are a reflection of my thoughts at a particular time and their content will not be changed (except to correct errors).
When the site used G/H/M categorisation, the 3 symbols at the top of every page were initially a thumbs-up, thumbs-down and something else I can't remember. I decided that this was tacky and switched to something more subtle — a plus sign, minus sign and equals sign.
When I got rid of the G/H/M system, I kept those symbols because I thought they looked cool. I later changed them to Platonic solids for similar reasons.