Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Continued programming Radio Roofscape. We now have a playlist of over 300 tracks. The current lead tune is Just Get Up and Dance by Afrika Bambaataa. That could easily become our theme song.
We just launched Roofscape Views, the place for our readers to share their personal perspectives with our writers and their fellow readers.
Hot on its heels, we rolled out Roofscape Studio, a secure online collaborative workspace for use by all of our contributors. Studio got an immediate workout and testing in a fast-paced exchange with Charles Thiesen whose short story Frankie now debuts in Urban Myths. Now that's flash fiction.
Posted by Tales of a Seaside Inn at 6:09 AM