Its like all our christmases have come at once! Welcome to the new site, GM Jill announced it today with the following words!
As you may noticed there are quite a few changes in the Top Secret Message Board!
The two biggest and most noticeable changes are the addition of a Top Secret Fansite and a new Top Secret Wiki.
These two projects will be community built, and managed by your moderators and the admin team.
If you have any questions or suggestions for the wiki or site, please ask away in the Wiki and Site Discussion forums.
We have also made some changes to clean up and simplify the Top Secret Message Board, based largely on your feedback, along with our own observations of what needed to be improved. For instance, anything that could go into the wiki, such as rules, prizes, and other basic information have been taken off of the forums and moved into the wiki. We have also renamed the task subforums to make their functions clearer.
We hope that these changes help you enjoy the forums more, get more involved and find the information need more easily. We have always said the Top Secret Project is an evolutionary process. These changes represent another evolutionary step. Enjoy! And let’s keep creating a great game!
The Admin Team
Source: Top Secret – The Future of Game Development – Home
When you are at a buffet, and you just sat down with your third plate of food… it seems kind of silly to ask for a refill on a diet coke. I mean you’ve already downed a couple of thousand calories…
What more harm could a real coke do?
For about a month now we’ve been getting these stupid tv commercials where a female voice repeats "Beware the 26" over and over with the words on a field of static, it then drops to a color test screen. And there have been bill boards that looked spray painted with the same message.
Turns out is was a pathetic marketing campaign by the local newspaper.
Fearful of losing readers to the world of online news it claims that 26% of us are under a "crazy misperception" that "newspapers are yesterday’s news".
The truth is 26% of us know that the online world is a more efficient way of getting the news we want the way we want it. In fact I haven’t been to the local news web site, save for the monstrosity of "bewarethe36.com" in a very long time.
And this certainly isn’t going to get me there…
If they had bother to spend the money making their web site less cluttered and easy to use then it would have been money well spent.
Link to Jacksonville Advertising and Periodical Readers – Are you the 26? – Florida Times-Union and Jacksonville.com