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OK, so. I kinda failed at doing stuff for the site during 2008. That makes me sad since I never forget about The Dig Museum. The thing is I often find myself struggling to put time on a lot of things I should (and want to) do. Anyway, I've decided that the best course of action is to make things slowly and in tiny bits if it has to, but actually DO something. So, I'm calling for all faithful visitors, old-timers and newbies alike, to suggest improvements! I'm possibly going to redesign things a little bit. I think navigation could be a little bit easier, and cleanup sections too. I really need to improve the museum main page and that should be easy. I would like to implement RSS for the updates as well, but I would need some help on that. What would you like to see? Fanart? (I'm willing to do that now, honest!) What do you think should go away? Yoda? (There is no real justification for that, I have to admit) This time I WILL include the forum into the site, in the hope to make it flourish a bit. Ok, so I'll just shut up, and let you do the talking now. What say you, spacemen?
Hello there fellow mojoers. As you may or may have not noticed I'm trying to turn the Thrillville website into something new (more accurate, update-able and overall more interesting). It's going to be all about LucasArts, formated like an old fashion analogue magazine (except it's going to be online and digital), hence the adoption of a convenient quarterly release instead of the blog-like thing. I figured since it's going to be only a handful of articles and features long, I could handle the first issue all by myself, but it seems It's not going to be as perfect as I imagined it unless I get a little bit of help. I could really use: A CSS/HTML wizard: and by wizard I mean someone better than me at it, i.e: everybody. I have already designed all the main thing, but I would need someone to translate that into CSS much more efficiently than I could with the time I have. Writer/s: This could be a one-time affair (unless you would like to be a regular collaborator). I've got all pretty much covered for this first issue, but the one topic I would like someone else to handle is Tales of Monkey Island. There is another topic (LucasArts related, naturally) that might require a person with more wit than myself. I wouldn't want to spoil it, so write me in private if you are interested and I'll tell you. A copy editor: a human spell-checker and grammar maniac with a love for journalistic publications. That's pretty much it for now. The first two are the ones I'm in most need of. Also, as I said before I don't want to spoil the whole thing too much for those who would just like to read the finished thing. But if you would like to know more about it to make a more informed decision on whether or not you would participate then let me know and I will gladly tell you. Thanks!