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October 04, 2004

The Whatever is Alive!

Looks like I wasn't down nearly as long as I thought I would be. The Whatever is now alive once more, with all its previous entries as well -- although, as I suspected, they all have brand spankin' new URLs. That's what the search engine is for.

All the text is up, but I should stress the Whatever isn't running at full power. There are no images right this very second (I'll be uploading them tonight, most likely), and I'll be fiddling with the template to get a look that I like (I probably won't return to the "Jupiter" look although I don't know what yet what I'll do to replace it. Expect the Whatever to have a variable level of usability for the next couple of weeks. For this reason, you may still want to read the Whatever in Exile over at LiveJournal -- if nothing else, its appearance won't be changing wildly. I'll be posting everything I post here over there as well.

The rest of scalzi.com is still out of commission. I'll be working on it, as advertised, over the rest of the month.

That's all for now -- more later.

Posted by john at October 4, 2004 08:55 PM


John Scalzi | October 4, 2004 11:22 PM

I'm just testing to make sure comments work. Don't mind me.

Sue | October 5, 2004 07:10 AM

I like the blue, but is there anything you can do about the type being so light? I guess it could just be my computer (or my awful eyesight), but it's kinda hard to read.

Kate Nepveu | October 5, 2004 07:53 AM

Larger font would be nice, too.

Dave Glass | October 25, 2005 10:53 PM

I read your thoughts/review of the new John Fogerty album, Deja Vu, and I believe that you've underestimated John's songwriting craftsmanship. Give the rest of the album a try... I think you'll like it. You might want to check out the Green River album (Creedence Clearwater Revival) as well.

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