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Well, it has officially been five days since we went live and we’re already approaching one hundred moans. The explosion in number of submissions has not only been welcome but is highly encouraging. Gaurav mentioned to me yesterday that some of the submissions should have awards for their entertainment and I have to agree. (Number 95 is a particular favourite of mine!)
I want to take this opportunity to publicly thank Gaurav for letting me join the team and help out with the site in any way I could. I’ve known Gaurav for a number of years – I think it’s close to five now – and he constantly bathes us in ideas he has for interactive websites. The one linking factor of these prototype sites ideas is always the social aspect. The content is never the product of an individual in his plans, always the masses of internet users.
Whilst his idea previous to moanlog never saw the light of day, I was behind it 100% and I’m sad it never came to fruition. As such, when he explained the idea behind moanlog and asked me to help out, I literally jumped at the chance. (I’m not kidding, I leapt from my seat and hit the wall.) I love the idea behind moanlog and I think this site has the potential to be something fantastic on the web. Again, thank you Gaurav – I’m proud to be a part of this venture.
I also want to thank the other two lollers who make up the rag tag moanlog team. Max is a stunningly creative individual whose skills in photoshop, notepadd ++ and all manner of programs never ceases to amaze me. Pascal’s coding also floors me and using the administrative parts of moanlog is a breeze. I am certain that it is this combination of fellows that makes the site as good as it is.
Remember, if you have any suggestions for the future of moanlog and the way the site functions, we would love to hear from you. This whole site is fueled by you and naturally we want you to dictate how well the experience is.
Keep on submitting all that anger people! We love to see what is getting you riled and we like to think that having this place is helping you to release that pent up tension.
I promise a far less ‘introductory themed’ blog entry in my next post.