May 17 2008

Welcome To The New Strata-Sphere!

Published by at 2:51 pm under All General Discussions

LJStrata and I have been working to get the new look and features up today – but soccer games intervened in a lot of the testing!  Sorry for the delays, I hope you like the site as much as we do.

We made it so folks can now edit your typos (sorry for the delay in getting this out).  And we will probably be adding features here and there now that the basic structure is in place.

Anyway, welcome back to the Strata-Sphere – please let us know if you find a bug here or there.
Cheers, AJStrata & LJStrata

12 responses so far

12 Responses to “Welcome To The New Strata-Sphere!”

  1. clarice says:

    Congratulations! Looking sharp!

  2. smh10 says:

    Looks fantastic!

    All the best with the new design.

  3. owl says:

    Very nice. Uptown.

  4. Terrye says:

    This is very nice.

  5. Snapple says:

    It looks very nice.
    Easier to read.

  6. victorlamp says:

    Very clean site. The only criticism that I have is that the print is not as bold as the previous look. I guess I will just have to get use to it.

  7. lurker9876 says:

    Looks alot better! Would I be able to edit my posts?


  8. Boghie says:

    AJ and LJ, love the look and feel – I know that sounds kinda porno, yuk yuk…

    Have a peek at:

    ‘The Ray-ban theory of history’

    by The Big Cat – Wretchard at ‘The Belmont Club’.

    Naturally, he puts big ideas to words in ways we can only dream of.

    A signal and perceptive quote for our times:

    In short, winning against al-Qaeda has been largely achieved by winning. There are those who think negotiations are a substitute for winning, rather than their complement. When J. Peter Scoblic, writing in the LA Times argues that “negotiating isn’t appeasement”, urges US officials to go cap in hand to Teheran and has even written a book to prove it entitled How a Half Century of Conservatism Has Undermined America’s Security, he neglects this essential correlation. He claims the fact that Reagan negotiated with Gorbachev is implicit proof that real men negotiate with the enemy while wusses like Bush don’t. But that is to see negotiations in isolation from the battlefield. He neglects to mention that timing is everything. Negotiations are useful when they are used to complement success or effect a mutually improved solution to a crisis. Negotiations are not useful merely as instruments of surrender or vanity platforms for the self-flagellant. Timing is everything. Wainrights negotiations with Japan after the Fall of Bataan are not the same as the one Wainright attended on the deck of the USS Missouri.

  9. missy1 says:

    This is nice, very nice, very pleasant surprise! Soooo organized and user friendly! Good job Mr. & Mrs. Strata-sphere!

  10. 75 says:

    Those are great quotes, Boghie. Thanks for sharing.

  11. ivehadit says:

    Variety is the spice of life. Great look, AJ and LJ!
    Gearing up for the fall…..:)