It worked, it worked! EMG-Zine July went on-line automatically, all by itself, some time while I was sleeping last night. It all seems to look good - I gotta get Janet to let me preview the backgrounds and colors (and I'm not real keen on these backgrounds, but I was really running out of steam) automatically, but *glee.* Very, very happy.
There are some odd punctuation problems - I'm not sure what's up with them, but once edited, they seem to pop back up. I'll have to fix that.
Fixing a couple of doubled http://s and then I get to decide what to do with my day. :)
Much, much happy site progress in the past few days. I've got several folks beta-ing the new print services site, I've just watched a whole host of backend PA things come online, and the EMG-Zine site makes me smile and smile and smile. Do you see this? It's the first, and I didn't have to do *anything* to get EMG-Zine up. Except a little minor cleanup. My workload in the next month or so should magically become about half. Which is good, 'cause I got projects out the wazoo, and I *really* need to go get some real-paying contract work. Also, the fair's in a month, and Dragon*Con a month after that.
In the meantime, I'm gunno do some art, and maybe watch a stargate, and have a snack, perhaps, and pretend it's a Saturday and not think about my inbox.
And, if I do say so myself, flipping through the archives (oh the ease!) at EMG-Zine makes me think that the anthology is going to be one kick-ass publication. And did you play with the awesome search feature?? Did you? I hadn't even noticed it was online until today. Heh.
(Pst - last day to submit 'Water' art and fiction!! Week off of the calendar deadline!)