ActionScript Jabberwocky whiffles into USA Today

The ActionScript Jabberwocky has struck again: Apparently the once-rare “ActionScript geek/Jabberwocky fan” is now so common that even mainstream media outlets are sending traffic this way.

While perusing the log files of Turdhead.com tonight, viagra I noticed an unusual amount of traffic (as in “any traffic”) coming from USA Today’s online edition. My natural thought was that we’d made a blip on an open forum somewhere, but holy crap… It turns out we made the newspaper’s “Hot Sites” section in its Thursday online edition!

Take a look! There’s Turdhead.com listed right up there with meaty sites from PBS.org and True-Americans.org. I was surprised enough last month when Slashdot found us worth mentioning, but I’m flat-out flabbergasted that the decidedly more general USA Today has taken notice of something previously confined to the world of the Flash geek.

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Thanks again, everybody!

As many of you know, about it August has been an interesting month here at Turdhead.com. To be fair, visit this site it’s actually only our second month on the net, but we’re proud of what we’ve accomplished so far: notices on slashdot, ilovebacon.com, Albino Blacksheep, JengaJam and a host of other Web favorites. Pretty good for something we almost didn’t do, eh?

As we end the month, I just want to thank all of the great writers, bloggers and posters who have helped us get our name out so far, and I especially want to thank Jaguar|LLC Technologies, our hosting provider, whose excellent service and reliability so far rates above any of the many hosting providers I’ve used in the past. If you’re looking for hosting, drop in and check out their GigaDeal, and let them know Turdhead sent you.

Meanwhile, thanks again, and stay tuned! We’ve got plenty of new content in the works for September (a new game really IS coming out soon; honest!), and we look forward to seeing you back!

— VeryVito