June 01, 2006

Queerspawn heart June.

What is there not to love?

June not only brings us great weather but also one whole month of queer pride.

In honor of June and all it's fabulousness, is going through a complete overhaul. New content, new voices and a new design.

New Content.
The intention of was always something a little bit beyond the blog... but it never quite got there. Thankfully web sites get second chances. Beginning today daily content will follow along a regular schedule:

spawnosphereMonday... profiles of qs bloggers, new blogs etc.
historicalTuesday... don’t know much about (our) history? study up.
soapboxWednesday... focusing on the politics and viewpoints of the lgbt family movement
orgchartThursday... profiles on the organizations serving our community
fameFriday... celebrity queerspawn and families (the fabulous and the fictional)
secondgenSaturday... a focus on queers of queers
summarySunday... the week in review

New Voices.
There is an exciting line up of contributors and guests make appearances this month. Interviews with longtime queerspawn activists. Opinion columns. Self-indulgent rants on the media. Unashamed fawning over queerspawn celebrities. Hours of entertainment await. Want your voice heard? Drop us a line... contribute [at] queerspawn [dot] com.

New Design.
Check out this preview of the new look and feel for the site which will (fingers crossed) will make its debut next week!

The changes will be rolling out as the month goes on so keep coming back for more.

April 20, 2006

shhh. rebuilding happening.

This site has been extremely quiet of late as I revamp it for a Grand Re-Opening in June.

In the meantime... check out the new queerspawn lens on Squidoo.

And drop me a line... we are looking for contributors to the new and improved blog.

Or just make a comment to this entry.

January 01, 2006

happy new year!

Welcome to 2006.

Since launching on Nov 7th we've had a slew of visitors (830 to be exact) and five submitted "queerspawn" definitions."queerspawn"

What's to come in 2006?
• Weekly columns
• Site redesign
• More definitions
• Photos
and more...

If you would like to contribute, please send an email to contribute [at] queerspawn [dot] com.

December 20, 2005


Before I launched I installed Mint to keep track of who is checking out the site and where they come from.

I've learned some really interesting things...

Most viewed entry on the blog: Doner Sibling Registry (22 times)
Unique Visitors for November: 115
Unique Visitors so far in December: 102

Why am I doing this?
The particularities of who's who is of no interest to me (nor is it available.) What is important is how you find the site. Are you coming to this site from a link somewhere else? Or did you find the site through Google? I want this site to be accessible to as many people as possible, so it is helpful to know where you are coming from in order to get the site out to more readers.

Today I noticed that I had two visitors who came from searching "my dads gay" in google. I have no idea who searched for this, but now I know you are searching out there...

I hope can provide some answers and community.