On Thursday, Matt, Adam, Seth, Andy, and I participated in what was probably the longest meeting in Polyvinyl history — a 9:30 - 4:30 brainstorming session about redesigning the Polyvinyl website.
And that was only for the front page and artist pages.
If anyone has suggestions for how those two sections of our site could be made better, let me know!
Also, for any OSHA watchdogs reading this, we did have one break about halfway through to enjoy some pizza and carry 50 boxes of Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin vinyl up two flights of stairs because our elevator is broken.
To grab tickets and find out more info, check out my blog’s brand new little sibling: the PV15 Tumblr.
Andy will be keeping it updated with news, exclusive content, and everything else related to our anniversary celebration.
Maybe if I had done the same, I could tell you more about my own 15th birthday. Of course, Tumblr didn’t exist back then so it’d probably be a pretty embarrassing GeoCities page with scrolling marquees and such.
On second thought, maybe it’s better that day remains shrouded in mystery.
It’s almost Labor Day, so before you head over to that fun outdoor cookout make plans to check out our 4th Annual Garage Sale.
Because (like your white clothes) after this weekend we’ll be putting everything away until next year!
But don’t worry — you still have four days to get great deals on vinyl with slightly damaged jackets, promo CDs, and much more. A ton of items have been discounted (some as low as $.50) and are guaranteed to sell out quickly.
Plus, as an added bonus, all orders over $30 will receive 5 FREE CDs from of Montreal, Rainer Maria, Joan of Arc, and more.