Thursday, April 30, 2009
Saturday, April 18, 2009
I am in the process of updating the layout of the blog. Unfortunately, I may not be able to finish making the necessary modifications before the end of the night. In case I'm not able to finish tonight, I will resume updating the blog tomorrow. I apologize if this inconveniences anyone, but rest assured that Digital Meltd0wn will fully functional within the next couple of days.
As some of you may know, I recently completed the new layout for the Digital Meltd0wn Music Blogroll I'm happy with the finished product, and so far the majority of the visitors have had nothing but positive things to say. I hope that the changes I make here will be met with similar enthusiasm.
Recent Lack of Activity
I know several of you have been wondering about the recent lack of activity here. I have been working close to 60 hours a week at work each and every week, which hasn't left me much spare time to post here on DM. I wanted to update the layout for both the blogroll and this blog before I started posting content once again. Fortunately Nathan Nothin' agreed to step up and help out as a guest contributor here. I'm excited to begin posting once again, and I have a number of treets in store for the fine visitors here, which I hope you all will enjoy.
Guest Blogger - Nathan Nothin'
I would like to thank Nathan Nothin' for agreeing to guest blog here. I regret not being able to formally introduce him before he started posting, but timeliness has never been one of my better qualities. As you can see he has access to a wealth of underground music, and I'm sure that you all will enjoy what he has to offer here. He also runs his own blog Nothin' Sez Somethin' where you can find a veritable treasure-trove of audible delights. I can't thank you enough for the help you have provided here Nathan.
A few months ago I switched over to a new commenting system, JS-Kit. I was under the impression that If I returned to the default blogger commenting system that all the comments made using the JS-Kit system would be restored. Apparently I was wrong, as these comments have all been deleted. I have searched their website for an option to restore these comments, but didn't have much luck. I will contact the admins at JS-Kit to see if these can be restored, and I apologize to those of you who left comments that were deleted.
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