If you’ve been to before (as in, in the last year), you’ll notice there have been a few changes. This blog bit is new for a start, and we’ve had the decorators in. There are lots of new features as well, Twitter updates, a Flickr photostream, a tag cloud… Yes, I know, all very web 2.0.

It’s still not finished so don’t expect miracles just yet, but hopefully you’ll like and have reason to come back – there’s a mailing list link and an RSS feed sign-up on the right, so you can stay up-to-date. Before it was all very informative, but a bit dull. Not much happened. Seen it once, you’d seen it a hundred times. Not now. Now it’s new and exciting and up to the minute. If you’re worried about what you might have missed though, used to look like this…


1 Response to “NewLook”

  1. 1 James January 8, 2009 at 2:43 pm

    Hi Dan – loving the new look website, have subscribed to your rss feed and will keep tabs on you there and on twitter!

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Welcome to the centre of my online digital whatever. Everything from news on current writing projects - one novel and two non-fiction books - to blogs, tweets, photos, Flickr pics, moblogs, videoblogs, writing archives, ghosting, journalism and various other random thoughts, every last bit of it is here.

Dan Gennoe

Dan Gennoe is a London based freelance journalist & author. He's written features, interviews and reviews for the likes of Esquire, GQ, Arena, FHM, Q Magazine, Mojo, Red, Time Out, The Independent and The Mail On Sunday. Dan also writes books, both fiction and non-fiction, and has ghost written the odd celebrity biography.

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