Cruxn.com--It's Alive!

Well, the cat's pretty much out of the bag on the new website we've been working on, Cruxn.com, so I'm going to go ahead and post about it. Thanks to everybody who's checked it out already!

Cruxn.com has been a collaborative effort with Matt de Camara and Zachary Lesch-Huie. We wanted to come up with a better way for climbing bloggers to pool together and increase readership and community. We found it gets kinda lonely blogging out there solo.

So check out the site and let us know what you think. We encourage anyone who is blogging now or wants to blog about climbing to join us on Cruxn. There are no rules for how much you post, and you can keep on bloggin' on yer own blog. We're just trying to increase each blogger's awareness and make a central place for everyone to get together, which increases the amount of conversation. So far, it's been really fun and we're psyched on the response we've been hearing.

For more info, check out the about page at http://cruxn.com/about/



Almost Done with the New Web Project

At the moment I kind of feel like a bad parent who is ignoring the oldest child (this blog) to take care of the new kid (my latest climbing website project). Just wanted to throw a quick note out there that the new site is just about to "soft launch" in the next week and I'll be posting a link and information about it here.

Also, I recently discovered the similarity between the site's old logo and a game called half life. Oops. So I had to come up with a new logo design:

Check back in the next week for more info!