We here at Damn Interesting don't manage to post new articles quite as often as we'd like. We relish researching and writing, but until recently there were a few bottlenecks and logjams restricting our flow. The "until recently" in the preceding sentence was foreshadowing, you see. Something has changed. The suspense is almost palpable.

Our recent call for donations has ameliorated our hosting costs most months (although this month is looking a bit bleak), and this has provided us with the wiggle room to wiggle. And wiggle we shall.

We are tickled to install a handful of new humans. First, please give a warm round of implied applause to our new Lead Editor, Melissa Wiley. Her skilled editorial oversight is already streamlining our publication process, thereby reducing the time needed to prepare piping-hot articles. Furthermore we've invited an array of new talented writers to join us, thereby upgrading our overall capacity. As each author finishes the process of pitching, writing, and revising his/her first feature--a process startlingly similar to dressing room montage scenes from 1980s cinema--you'll see their shiny new articles begin to appear and we'll give each a proper introduction.

With this un-jamming of the logs and un-necking of the bottle, our overall output should accelerate gradually over the coming months. Of course we're unlikely to ever publish at the quality-compromising rate of certain unnamed borderline-plagiarism content regurgitators, but nor would we want to. Life is too short for such stuff.

On an entirely unrelated note, we are attempting to increase the visibility of our podcast, so if you can be convinced to rate and/or review it on iTunes (or another podcast catalog of your choice) that would be perfectly damned delightful of you.

If this all works out as well as we hope, subsequent pleasant surprises are forthcoming.

Superthanks.

Update: Please pay no attention to the remark regarding a bleak outlook for donations this month. The situation has improved owing to our generous, supportive, and shockingly attractive readers. Much gratitude.

Written by Alan Bellows, posted on 26 February 2014. Alan is the founder/designer/head writer/managing editor of Damn Interesting.
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