And Lo the Sound of Crickets Chirping

Submitted by C B Wright on

When I get a good head of steam going on a particular storyline I often find it difficult to switch gears and head off into another direction after the story is wrapped up. For the last two weeks or thereabouts I was having an awful lot of fun with the Job Interview storyline, but on Friday I decided that it was time to wrap it up (for the moment) and move on.

So on Friday I wrapped it up.

On Saturday I tried to think of a new storyline or one-off gag.

On Sunday I tried to think of a new storyline or one-off gag.

On Monday morning I tried to think of a new storyline or one-off gag.

On Monday afternoon I tried to think of a new storyline or one-off gag.

In other words, after going full-tilt on a storyline that had given me quite a bit to work with, I found myself unable to come up with anything else. So Monday was, I'm sad to say, an empty space, filled with nothing but the sound of crickets chirping.

Kernel Panic, OSW now appearing on front page

Submitted by C B Wright on

I've modified the site so that when a new Kernel Panic or Old Skool Webcomic is published, it will now display on the front page of the site for that day, and then disappear back into the depths of the archives. This should make it easier for fans of those comics to notice when they've updated.

In THEORY, what will happen is this: when a Kernel Panic or Old Skool Webcomic is published, it will appear on the front page for 24 hours, then disappear until the next udpate. That's the way it's supposed to work. We'll see.

A Quick Update on Site Features

Submitted by C B Wright on

A week ago I had to disable the bookmark feature on this site because it was generating rampant SQL errors whenever anyone tried to use it. This was a result of updating the bookmark module to a more recent verion.

I will be going back to a previous (working) version. Unfortunately, when I re-install the bookmark module all previously assigned bookmarks will be gone. I apologize for this... I was hoping to preserve them, but in trying to fix the problem I wound up breaking it more.

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