Re: New WellToldTales.com
- Thanks much!
BTW, what's a new site without a jazzy new audio promo?
Well Told Tales
--- In email@example.com, Rick Stringer <variantfrequencies@...> wrote:
> Well, let me be the first to flame you. Just kidding. Good luck with
> the new version of your site Kevin. I hope it turns out to be
> everything you want it to be. I only had time to take a cursory look,
> but it appears to be good.
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> On Apr 3, 2009, at 6:01 PM, kscolligan wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I've been in this group a couple years now and have yet to be
> > flamed, so figured I'd drop a note touting my revamped
> > WellToldTales.com site.
> > It's still the same old podcast -- horror/sci-fi/crime audio tales
> > (most) every other Thursday -- but the new site also allows anyone
> > to publish audio tales, text stories and video.
> > You can also make buddies and form public or private groups (writing
> > groups, reading groups, etc.) I'm hoping it evolves into a community
> > for writers, filmmakers, podcasters, etc.
> > Who know, it may also become a gateway drug for noob podcast
> > creators (they may post a few audio tales before graduating to a
> > standalone show.)
> > All current podcasters with shows remotely related to horror/sci-fi/
> > crime fiction are certainly welcome to join and publish their audio
> > promos (or sample episodes if you think it may nab you listeners.)
> > This isn't an aggregator play. No pickles or bluberries. No ad deals
> > or licensing or anything like that. (Though you can tie TipJoy to
> > your account, and I hope to add in a rotating Adsense function in
> > the future, so contributors with Adsense accounts can make a few
> > nickels.)
> > I built the site in Drupal and am still stomping out a few bugs, but
> > am pretty proud of the site and would love to hear what you think.
> > (Especially any suggestions for improvements.)
> > Cheers,
> > Kevin
> > p.s. -- I'm kidding about the flames
> > ...........................
> > Well Told Tales
> > pulp-fiction podcast
> > http://WellToldTales.com
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