We’ve been steadily adding links to galleries featuring your favorite performers. We’re got links to over 1,000 galleries now; so we made some tweaks.
First off, under the UPDATES menu, there’s a new item for “galleries” which will give you a list of the newest galleries we added over the prior 14 days.
We also changed the performer’s page a bit; we moved the galleries out of the biography block, and instead put them in a collapsable list under the headshot. We feel this is a better use of space than before. For those of you surfing without scripts enabled, you can always use the performer’s gallery page (i.e. Andie Valentino’s gallery page.)
Thanks for all your support. (If you like the galleries, maybe you’ll sign up for one of the sites?)
You ask, we give. “May I suggest this change, for the sake of convenience and
simplification: Under, “Updates,” there is a subset of “New Performers”. This is further broken down by name and date. I suggest that, as with the new headshots, it be divided into Male and Female new performers. This would be especially valuable for those that are interested in one gender only. As so many of these new performers do not have a headshot yet, it would result in a good deal of time saved and would generally be more convenient. Thanks for considering the above.” Our pleasure.
Holy cow! The editorial staff has been working overtime and last night we broke through 80,000 titles (We list 80,017 at the moment…). Huge props to the Gang of 7 — Don, Walter, Bontix, BigBobXXX, Jamie, Morbidthoughts and Bill — for all their hard work. Thanks also go to you guys also for sending in those corrections and keeping us going. For those of you keeping score, we are up to information on 76,898 performers and we carry links to 62,947 reviews.
Jim Mitchell, one half of the legendary Mitchell Brothers, passed away Thursday night. San Jose Mercury News has details. Our condolences to his family.
Pitfall #342 of owning your own server: when the disk manager pops up errors on the overnight predicting disk failure on one of your arrays (the one holding the OS); you should keep a hot spare around. Hindsight is 20/20. So we’re waiting for a spare to be overnighted (unless someone has a 36GB 10K drive for a Dell 6400 in the NY/NJ area) and keeping our fingers crossed the db server doesn’t come crashing down… as I sit here quietly building a new temporary db server, just in case…