I've been building a website for The Grover Complex. It's about time it got one. There's still the Grover Blog which I update periodically. Read it.
In other news I'm really happy to see that Ian Kramer has decided to follow my blog. That is the first person besides me who is following my blog. My mom says she reads it and she commented once and some other people read it and occasionally I get new stats that say people read it but other than that I have no evidence.
Back to the fucking Grover website. It's all WYSSYG or whatever it is so it's not like I'm doing code there's just so much and so much that could potentially suck about it. So far it doesn't seem to suck. I'm following the advice of several indie film books during my website creation. Most of them say don't make it flashy, make it as easy to navigate as possible. I can do this. They also say provide everything the press might possibly want about your film in easily downloadble form. This way the press does not have to do any work and they may look upon you more favorably. I can do this too. The only finger anyone will have to lift while visiting the Grover site is to click their mouse onto the link for the next page!
I bolded that last bit because I found it so clever.
As 4am rolls around and I am once again not in bed I do look over my blog entries for various mistakes with alarm. I tell myself that this is a blog and I am free to express myself here with run-on-sentences and invented hypenations. I am free.
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