December 20, 2005

Welcome to the Search for Love in Manhattan, v. 2.0.

In a comment on the last post, anapestic asked if this is what you get when you sell your soul or what happens when they come to collect. The answer can be found in the full version of the illustration on the left-hand side of this page, by David Michael Friend:


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10 Responses to Welcome to the Search for Love in Manhattan, v

  1. Mush says:

    Nice new look!

  2. anapestic says:

    There is no way that Lucifer is getting your soul before I get your chili chocolate cake recipe.

  3. Jeffrey says:

    I just love what you’ve done with the place.

  4. Mari says:

    Oh god..this is absolutely gorgeous.

  5. Jay says:

    Wow love the new design – that illustration is lovely!

  6. Joe Clark says:

    You’ve got 15 validation errors on your homepage, all of them due to improperly-encoded JavaScript and ampersands, which your extremely qualified developer could fix in seconds.

    Also, comment preview erases comment text.

  7. brian w says:

    Looks great! It’s nice to see the full text Atom feed, too–but it thinks every single post is called “Untitled”…any chance you’ll be using post titles now that you’ve switched blogging software?

  8. Mush, Jeffrey, Mari, Jay, and brian w: Thank you. I’m pleased with it myself.

    Joe Clark: I have passed your comment on to my developer, who is not only extremely qualified but also scrumptiously cute.

    brian w: Not a chance. Adding titles would at least double and probably triple or quadruple the time it takes me to write these things. Coming up with a great title is much, much harder than actually writing. And, to disappoint you even further, I’m probably going to go to partial Atom feeds. Let me know if there are any other hopes of yours I can crush.

  9. Adam875 says:

    Love the new color scheme, but it’s all a little squished on my browser, and the sidebar actually overlaps this handy box I’m typing in. Can the sidebar move a bit to the right?

    And what are you doing in Chicago??

  10. Mush says:

    Oh, also: while I understand the impulse behind it, I hate that all comments have to be approved.

    But that’s just me.


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