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Posted: Thursday 5 February, 2004

by Dan at 10:59pm in TAS Website 2 comments Add your own

Slowly but surely the site is now coming together and we're starting to feel less embarassed by visitors finding their way here from the few seeds we've sown so far in cyberspace. The About Us page is complete, the Links database is up and running and just needs populating and some work on the styling, and Rosemary assures me she has more text for articles to come this weekend. The search engine is also completed, with the index being updated each night.

Once all this is done it will be time to start adding the wee features which add a bit more value and hopefully make your visit more enjoyable - things like email this page to a friend, links to books and online resources from each article, virtual postcards (once I get the gallery sorted). If you've got any suggestions for features or functions you'd like to see please tell us - but you'll need to wait until Rosemary has written the contact page....

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David

Friday 6 February, 2004 at 12:37pm

You've *got* to get that poultry article finished - I'm trying to convince Hilary that chickens would be the ideal addition to our family, but she's still pretty unconvinced. The article so far is the least scary thing I've ever read about keeping chooks, and it'll be excellent ammunition for me!

Dan

Friday 6 February, 2004 at 5:29pm

That sounds like the ideal motivation. The text is draft, the photos taken, we'll get stuck into it asap. By Sunday Hilary will be picking her breeds and ordering an ark, just wait. Oh, and poultry keeping isn't scary at all, it's brilliant, rewarding and moral.

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