Tomorrow evening I will board a plane headed for Las Vegas, Nevada (insert Hangover quote here). Whenever I come to on Sunday, I'll be hitting the road to California, where I will mine for gold in hopes of striking it rich. Just kidding, I’m going to get drunk, video tape cool shit, live tweet and experience some pretty epic adventures to blog about when I get home. Joining me on my journey through the desert will be fellow 2 man weave contributor Gary McClune, along with my buddy Dolce. We’re going to spend the week with our friends from The 37 Project, bouncing around between LA and San Diego, before returning to Vegas for one last hurrah a week from Saturday.
Needless to say the Weave will more than likely go unmanned for the week of 4/9-4/13, since I will be busy breathing fresh air/no guaranteed access to a laptop. But fear not! You can follow all of our escapades on twitter (@danye33/@dontgetkilled), where we plan on giving you up to the second reports on all the madness. Wish us luck.
Now as far as the site itself is concerned, I couldn't be prouder of the job we're doing. It's not easy managing a blog while dealing with work/life/real world issues, but we've all risen to the occasion and will continue to do so. In just under four months we've gone from 50 thousand to 90 thousand views, and although we may not be able to post as frequently as we would like, or have done in the past, the content level has increased significantly.
We're always looking to grow and expand our reach here at the Weave, and at the core of it all, our readers are the backbone of the site. If you have any questions that you would like answered, blogs you would like to submit, comments, complaints, ideas or propositions- email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm always open to try new things, and with that being said, I would like to take this time to tell you about our latest en devour.
That's right, the 2 Man Weave now has an official Formspring page! For the uninitiated, Formspring is a website where you can ask questions to people anonymously. This is a horrible idea for high school students, but a brilliant idea for an up and coming blog, starving for reader interaction. I got this idea from the brilliant writers over at "That's What She Said". They implemented their Formspring a little over a month ago, and it has already led to a ton of great posts. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for the same results here.
And lastly, a giant thank you to you, the readers, for your continued support of this website. If it wasn't for you guys, this blog would be nothing more than a journal. You make us want to be the best writers that we can possible be.
See you all next week with sun burns and stories.
Co-Founder / Editor in Chief