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GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD - WEBSITE OF THE WEEK


Sorry this a bit late but The Golden Age of Hollywood has been named site of the week at AMCTV.com for 20th March.

http://blogs.amctv.com/future-of-classic/2...-wee-6.php#more

Clayton Neuman has written a good piece about all the sites I've created over the last few years. The main focus is really the website :

http://goldenageofhollywood.co.uk

Hopefully in the not too distant future I will have time to update and clean up the site.

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Comment by Classic Movie Man on March 30, 2008 at 6:08am
Links are now up on the site. My latest ideas in the very early stages of development are a Golden Age of Hollywood TV station and a rating site for probably 1000 movies where people will mark out of ten in an ongoing survey.
Comment by Ktrek on March 29, 2008 at 3:46pm
That'll be great Derek because as you know I am entering into my busiest time of year. I'll try and be around as often as possible but I never know how crazy things are going to get.

Kevin
Comment by Classic Movie Man on March 29, 2008 at 11:21am
I should have time to put up links tomorrow and generally tidy up the front page of the site. Soon I should also have a bit more time dedicate to this network and other online activities.
Comment by Ktrek on March 29, 2008 at 4:58am
Yea...The thing I like about this network is that it's just us fans of classic movies. My Space is too general of a network for my taste.

Kevin
Comment by Ktrek on March 29, 2008 at 4:24am
Actually I am the one who lives in Texas Kim and Derek/Classic Movie Man lives in Scotland. Derek is the founder of the Golden Age of Hollywood Message Board and I am his co-admin. This site is a stepchild of the original message board. The article does mention the "My Space like" site but does not give a link. I have suggested to Derek to make an obvious link on his webpage to here for people that may stumble onto his webpage via the AMCTV article.

Kevin

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