My Old Website

I was looking through, and it struck me how much that site relied on “Reader Responses.” Most of the content was generated from user e-mails. There was one page where I wrote maybe a few paragraphs, and the rest of it was “Reader Responses.” The more successful sections of the site had pages inspired by comments from visitors. It was much more interactive than my web comic. It definitely got less hits, but it was more in line with the spirit of the internet, I guess. I really want to make The Chalkboard Manifesto more interactive. Adding a blog should be a high priority.