The website is almost complete! Even pages which don’t have proper information (like the About page) at least have the “Ipsum dolor” placeholder text removed and some kind of description in place.  The very first doodles for the feature slider are done and installed.

The only thing really left is proper RSS feeds to separate news and information from the podcast so each can be subscribed to directly. Also, there is a space on the bottom left of the home page which we haven’t figured out what to do with yet. I was planning on a tiny cartoon, but now that we think the feature slider will be doodle-y cartoons instead of photos, perhaps another cartoon isn’t such a great idea. It could be used for ad space, perhaps to interesting things we find on ThinkGeek? We’re still debating — feel free to post suggestions in the comments.

Feedback on the site is also welcome, although the plan now is to focus on content and fun. So, don’t be surprised if suggestions aren’t added right away, but we definitely read everything.

Thanks to everyone for your patience as everything was being pieced together!

 

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