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Cleaning house

I will shortly be starting the task of converting the rest of my site over to the new (version 9) format. The heavy work - i.e. the Movies and DVDs sections - is now done, so the rest should be a much more peaceful affair. Still, I’m looking to streamline things a bit, and will be getting rid of the following sections:

  • Gialli and Schitty Movies. I added placeholders for these to the Writings section in 2004 and 2005 respectively, with the assumption that I would have something to show for them before too long. To be honest, it’s simply not going to be possible. I already write reviews for DVD Times on a regular basis, in addition to other external commitments, which means that I simply can’t start to think about maintaining another two review databases.
  • Opinion. This section contains two articles - one on the quality of that fine British television channel ITV2, and another listing things I hate. It hasn’t been updated in over a year, so I see no reason to keep it around.
  • CD Collection. I don’t write music reviews, and I don’t buy CDs on a regular enough basis for this to be worthwhile.
  • Jokes and Funny Quotes. It hasn’t been updated in ages, and most of them aren’t that funny anyway (although I do like the Emma Caulfield one referring to Sarah Michelle Gellar).

Sorry, folks. I know you’ll struggle to cope without them, but we’ll get through it.

Posted: Friday, September 22, 2006 at 3:39 PM | Comments: 2
Categories: Buffy the Vampire Slayer | Cinema | DVD | Gialli | Reviews | Web



To be fair, Emma didn't really say that.
The Internet just messed it up badly, you can watch the whole interview here:

Hope I didn't destroy your illusions ;-)

Posted by: Kamyar-MZ, September 22, 2006 6:08 PM


Aaaah. Foolish me for believing everything I read online. Perhaps it’s a good thing the Quotes section is biting the dust, then. :D

Posted by: Whiggles, September 22, 2006 6:16 PM

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