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      CommentAuthorLucifal
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2008
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    I'm still managing to keep up with the story.
    • CommentAuthorcaseyvegas
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2008 edited
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    What do you think of Issuu? I used it for my book and it's kind of neat - might be good for FA since the panels are quite big...so you don't need to zoom in like for Virtex.

    http://issuu.com/hyperchild/docs/virtex0
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      CommentAuthorAriana
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2008
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    What do you think of Issuu?
    Issuu (and all flash readers/book previewers) are great -- once the book is finished and done. What you can't do with a flash reader is push new pages to a RSS feed as you post them. There are, literally, thousands of people that subscribe to Freakangels via RSS. RSS also runs fun little gadgets like the RSS window, which, unlike an Issuu embeded viewer, auto-updates each time a new page goes live.

    And, haha, jpgs make it a bit easier to make user icons of your favorite characters, you know...
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    jpgs make it a bit easier to make user icons of your favorite characters
    This. Let us all please do our parts to help kill Flash on the web. It is bloated, and it is broken.
    • CommentAuthorcaseyvegas
    • CommentTimeApr 9th 2008 edited
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    Hi Ariana,

    Good point on the updating...maybe you can combine each month of story into 1 book? 6 pages a week x 4 makes a nice 24 page book? Maybe its not supposed to be broken up like that - but just a thought - the constant refreshing of HTML is really quite a pain...I'm sure its a preference and ease of updating for you guys.

    I'd promote FA by embedding the issue into my blog and postings I make online...good way to promote it...maybe.

    Of course with that said the CBR people will complain too...good for another post topic methinks
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    the constant refreshing of HTML is really quite a pain...

    Tough shit. If you really can't click a link once to turn a page, what are you doing on the fucking internet?
    • CommentAuthorcaseyvegas
    • CommentTimeApr 9th 2008 edited
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    yes, Warren, I am a lazy internet slob.
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    Are some people really so inflexible and set in their ways that they need monthly american comic sized installments?

    I've seen this mentioned a few times now.
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    They can have it if they just read the comic 4 episodes at a time every 4 weeks instead of every week. Everyone is happy!
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    Paul's right. The pages/month count on this project is identical to the familiar US monthly format. So those who prefer it that way miss nothing, while the rest of us get new pages more often.