"Sound thinking thinking sound"
- People visit this website for information and ideas. I have to
assume they read English.
Tyvärr måste jag utgå ifrån att mina sajtbesökare
läser engelska. Je prends pour acquis que les utilisateurs de ce site
savent lire l’anglais.
- Graphics and
animation are minimised to save time and money.
- The ‘No
Frills’ idea comes from the now defunct low-budget UK supermarket chain Kwik-Save.
- This website started in 1998 and was first registered as tagg.org in March 2000.
- On 27 January 2015, tagg.org was in the top 3% of internet sites.
- Its estimated worth was $7,735 US.
It had a good Pagerank (4/10) and over 101 Alexa backlinks.
- It had a 51% SEO score (whatever that means) and was certified as 100% safe.
rather pay out of my own pocket to keep this website running than become dependent
on income from sources whose activities I oppose, or on those who might disapprove
of some of my views: for example that advertising,
like the capitalism it belongs to, seriously sucks.
- I’ve received donations towards the cost of running this site. Thanks to everyone who contributed by downloading an ebook!
Is there anyone out there who’d be prepared to take over the running of this site? Or who has any idea of how to make its services available in any other way? It’s one of the internet’s most visited sites for musicology and popular music studies. It generates a lot of encouraging feedback. Still, I’d like to dedicate more of the time I have left to producing materials and less to running this site. Please contact me if you can help.
WHY IS THIS SITE SO
— An ecological
— If Google Black — Blackle— can save terawatts
of eneregy worldwide each year,
I can certainly help by reducing global warming by a watt or two!
— It also means you have to recharge batteries less often.
— If you run a site, why not go black, too?