Extratone's second year saw growth and a close call. In the third to come, we'll be once again exploring new ways of better expanding the community.
2017 didn't end so well for Extratone, but we're steadily preparing to recapture and augment our momentum for this year with a much faster platform, resurrected newsletter, and more exclusive subscriber benefits.
Our new postal box and how you can fill it, along with a review of the Spooky Month's activities and our plans for the future of Extratone Portland.
This subera of ungainly, uneducated design wrapping wretchedly redundant arguments in publishing WILL be brought to an end, with or without your assistance.
A brand unification frenzy, a failed stunt, a new tactical oracle, and a continually more-invested commitment to respecting our audience in our way.
Visually, we now occupy an entirely different ecosystem, with a vastly bolstered media beat, more bespoke landing pages, and custom bylines.
A quiet-but-polished post-birthday month and a late gift.
Thanks for an eye-opening first year.
After eleven months of construction, our platform has definitively blossomed into a marvelous digital dreamboat, ready and able to make use of your investment.
Before we head West, we're setting our sights locally on the conflicts and triumphs of our native Columbia, Missouri.
Our busiest, most exciting month yet led to promotions, revisions big & small, the introduction of subscriptions via Patreon, and a vastly more-precise forward direction.
For ourselves and our industry, 2017 is already promising to be a groundbreaking year. After some grogginess, 'The Tone' readies to tackle the whole thing.
My last letter of 2016 discusses MAGFest, email, and the future of our counterculture.
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Five. I’ve just downloaded a full backup of the Extranet for the for the first time. Compressed, it’s over 50GB. Granted, most of the bulk is in video and audio files. According to this report, we exchanged over 1TB of
Three Point Oh is a go.
Are we adapting to the medium? Am I? Guess so. Watch the polish drop. Even if a lonely, unelectrified typewriter or full fountain pen are the means to purest form, is it of any means to be pure, anyway? If these are
[mks_dropcap style=“circle” size=“52” bg_color=”#ddd3ff” txt_color=”#00777a”]L[/mks_dropcap]ast Saturday marked a full two months of Extratone, and it’s about time our child be baptized. A digital baptism, mind you. If
I think we can all acknowledge that data & analytics are permanent facts of life for the remainder of all of ours. Twitter polls are pretty, but they’re hard to manage, and their data isn’t local. The majority of