Not many links today, just a big sigh of relief that this redesign is finally up and running. Apologies for all broken links and missing content (please, email
us with details of any anomalies). First of all, you'll see that searching the site and buying back issues are not there just yet - bear with us...
We have some new content: Carly Svamvour's Pot of Clover
. Recent stories have also been redesigned (some with added images
), as has the archive
. The photography galleries
have a shiny new look, and there are a couple of (huge) thumbnail pages for the first two photologs: here
. The 'what's new?
' page is somewhat laughable at the moment.
In other news, things
17 is now scheduled for September 2003 - slightly late, but, like the late Douglas Adams, we're fond of the sound that deadlines make as they whoosh past us.
Elsewhere. A few links. Retroglobe's 'boring postcards
' site really is far from boring. The archive keeps getting bigger and bigger, and lovers of Scandinavian post-war modernism will find much to delight them. They also host this astounding advert
, proving that even 'enlightened' Scandinavian countries had a fair crack at being politically incorrect.
The paintings of Thomas Cole
, American landscape artist. We found this in connection with re-jigging Tim Horan's Empire City
review from issue 13