A reader has spoken: more pictures! nice new interface, btw.
TIMES NEW ROMAN IS ILLEGAL. I FEEL LIKE I'M READING MY HIGH SCHOOL TERM THEM. Nevertheless, I'm awfully glad you'll be around for a while. I think things are just starting to get good in the opera blogging community. Oh, and just a little word about the logo: It might be good to save it as a .gif instead of a .jpg. GIFs retain a higher edge sharpness, while JPGs are intended to have levels of compression and are intended for images with lots of colors, like photos. The JPG compression is the reason the logo looks a little blurry.ANYWAY!
Thanks boys. We both do have awfully adorable cats we could post pictures of. Otherwise, it is time for me to get a stealthy camera phone a la Sieglinde. Nick: how lovely to hear from you. I think I agree about the TNR...we will look into it.
Your point about TNR is under consideration. Sometimes I just get sick of fancier serif fonts.Thanks for the tip on the logo...will do.
I'd do well to take a page from you guys on this one, but I'm sufficiently dopey about html and such that I'd probably burn my blog down trying.
Cool redesign. Question: why no NYCO Lysistrata under new operas? It's the HGO premiere production, with what looks like most of the Houston leads--and Pulley rocks.
Blog looks great! Now if only I could get MINE looking this good.
dear anonymous:I did think about Lysistrata and am looking forward to seeing it this Spring. I only didn't include it because it was at Houston last season. But good point--it is the HGO premiere production coming to NYCO, and it is still NEW for sure. It shall be added to the list. Thanks for the feedback. -J
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