We look purty.

Welcome to the new site! Please be patient, as we’ll be working out some kinks over the next few days.
An extra special thanks to John for help making this happen.

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  • http://feministing.com Jessica

    Yay! Finally…thanks to Ray as well for the lovely new mudflap ladies and color scheme.

  • Anonymous

    sweet… i kept talkin with sami about doing something for y’all, but i’m a lazy punk. bless up john and ray

  • http://www.roarmeow.com puck

    y’all have an easy way to get back to the index (home) page?

  • Jessica

    On it.

  • johnny f00

    mudflap logo click will get ya back :)

  • http://themonkeycrew.typepad.com/beside_the_pointe/ Starla

    If my opinion counts, all I have to say is “Me likey!”

  • http://www.roarmeow.com puck

    nice, johnny, you work faster’n i do

  • Pam

    Looks great in IE, not so much in Firefox. :(

  • Vanessa

    Strange…we have Firefox and it looks great over here. What’s not looking right?

  • http://individual.utoronto.ca/pang/blog/ A Pang

    Looks wonderful!

  • http://www.kellygarbato.com/blog/ kelly g.

    For what it’s worth, I use Firefox and think the new design kicks ass. Really clean and streamlined. And the logo rocks!

  • http://sybil.wordpress.com/ sybil

    I am sooo happy you’ve done this. Clean, easy to read, great color. I’m seeing it fine on Safari, and momentarily I’ll know if now my comments get through, which I’d given up on, as typekey consistently sent me in circles resulting in nothing but frustration. Congrats!

  • http://scottrpg.com/llamafodder/ ScottM

    You sure clean up nice. [The site redesign looks great!]

  • Bloomberg

    But the presence of the car also affects our experience of the city in very tangible ways. Cars are a very real danger that both pedestrians and motorists have to be aware of in order to survive. If we’re careful, we look sharply left and right at junctions and crossings to check for oncoming traffic. Thus, by necessity in such situations, we are forced to ignore the finer details and nuances of the cityscape. Similarly, we are attuned to an entire lexicography of signs dedicated to communicating conduct in relation to motor vehicles. But the interpretation of greens, reds and ambers at traffic lights and crossings can preclude an even-paced, reflective urban experience.