Jabes Senior Member Joined: 30 Oct 2003 Posts: 71 Location: Atlanta Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Isomac Tea Grinder: Rancilio Rocky/ Maestro Plus
Posted Sat Nov 8, 2003, 9:24pm Subject: Re: Welcome to CoffeeGeek Version 2! by Mark Prince
Only time will tell how awesome this revamp is, but at first glance, it's very cool. This site has been an invaluable resource for me regarding espresso research and I'll bet this redesign will only improve on the experience. I'm glad to hear that you are finally getting paid for your hard work. I'm sure it's well deserved.
GrindingRoad Senior Member Joined: 23 Sep 2003 Posts: 55 Location: Ridgefield, WA Expertise: Professional
Espresso: La Marzocco FB70 Grinder: Robur
Posted Mon Nov 10, 2003, 8:33pm Subject: Re: Welcome to CoffeeGeek Version 2! by Mark Prince
I like it lots… Everything looks so nice. The bigger fonts are a plus for me because I’ve been staring at a monitor at work all day already. This is truly a wonderful site to wind down at the end of the day! Great development effort ya’ll.
Posted Tue Nov 11, 2003, 1:17am Subject: Re: Welcome to CoffeeGeek Version 2! by Mark Prince
The new site looks good, I like the bigger fonts.
Is it possible to convert the pages into a simple format for printing? It's just that I stare at the screen for a whole day at work, and I would prefer printing the articles and then read them on my journey home.
MarkPrince Moderator Joined: 19 Dec 2001 Posts: 5,465 Location: Vancouver, BC Expertise: Professional
Espresso: KvdW Speedster Grinder: Compak K10 WBC Vac Pot: A bit too many Drip: Clive Coffee Drip Stand Roaster: Hario Glass Retro Roaster
Posted Tue Nov 11, 2003, 2:04am Subject: Re: Welcome to CoffeeGeek Version 2! by Mark Prince
If we end up doing the "print this page" thing, it will most likely be one of the possible "premium services" for members down the road. It's a fairly major undertaking - there's about 100 templates used on this site, and even more components used to build pages.
We would have to build new templates and components for every one of them for any kind of "print this page" ability. I'm thinking about it, but as mentioned, it would most likely be a premium (ie, paid membership" service.
Posted Wed Nov 12, 2003, 4:09am Subject: Re: Welcome to CoffeeGeek Version 2! by Mark Prince
very nice site, well done. the adds dont bother me, and as they are coffe related and non pop up i dont think anyone will (or should) complain, especially, as you say it seems fair that you earn money from this site after all the work you put in, and the high quality content we get for free.
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