Season 7 Episode 20 Podcast Uploaded – Fans of the weekly Internet Radio show will be pleased to know that the 661st show has been uploaded. Click the link to download the mp3 podcast, listen to it on-site via the media player, or watch the TubeCast on the TigerTails Radio YouTube page.
Dishonored – Part 1b – Join Xavier as he plays more Dishonored – PC Version.
TigerTails Gamers – Join our group on Steam and be in with the chance to appear in the background of some of our videos as we open our multiplayer games up to group members during the recording of any multiplayer Let’s Play videos we make.
The Job Seeker’s Website Is Useless – Thomas King goes postal in the “Contact us” section of the Department for Work and Pensions after using the Universal Jobmatch service for more than 8 nanoseconds.
It’s time to stop thinking about this site as a collection of static pages, and start updating people on what is going on in the TigerTails Entertainment Network. This is what those young people call progress, isn’t it? I’m not sure if I approve. Still, let’s roll with it and see what happens.
TO THE PROGRESSMOBILE!
TigerTails Entertainment is changing from a static website to a WordPress site. This is to allow the main site to be more flexible than ever before, with content that is regularly updated – instead of the make-it-and-leave-it format of the site before. However, due to the blogging site Posterous closing, many other TigerTails Entertainment sites and blogs are also having to move – and they need to be all set up before work on the main site can properly continue.
So, instead of this page, why not go and visit a site that’s been finished and is currently up and running – TigerTails Radio, for example. There’s much more to look at there. Promise.
So this is basically an “Under Construction” page, thanks to changes having to be made to a live site – it’s not something that can be developed “behind the scenes”, as it were.
Okay, take two. It seems learning WordPress is harder than initially thought. We’ll get there in the end, though. Promise.
– Thomas King