The Heart of a Saturday Night
Chris and I often go back and forth on new ways to get more people reading Threat Quality, and we take the usual routes – shoving the link onto every board and Digg and Twitter and what have you. Scrawling it on bathroom walls whenever possible. Using the phrase, “and if you liked that, you really should go to threatquality.com” to end every conversation.
But we always come back to the idea of getting the site more reader-friendly. By which we mean easier to handle (which may necessitate a switch to WordPress shortly) and also, by making it clear we love hearing from anyone who reads this. Friends, regular viewers, casual checkers-in, accidental clicks.
So if you read this, tell us about yourselves. Where are you right now? What devious schemes are you concocting? Where do you make your home on the web? What’s honking you off? What’s the last good movie you saw? What’s the last terrible movie you saw? Do you have the “standard” number of toes, or has evolution made you a bit quirkier?
I’m Jeff Holland, co-founder on the site. I spend my days writing, so I can come home and have my fingers limber for more writing at night, both here and at I Speak TV. What’s honking me off tonight is I’m on my porch instead of at the movies. But the last good movie I saw was “Revolver,” a much stranger flick than I knew Guy Ritchie was capable of. But I’ve basically been dared to watch “Grandma’s Boy,” so I figure I can preemptively call that the last terrible movie I saw. So far, I’m stuck with ten toes, but willpower is an amazing thing.
Sometimes I look like this:
Your turn, my lovelies. Shout out for me.