Almost finishing the year, and almost no updates have come to the site (from the vision that started back at January). Sigh* Most of you may have lost hope that this site would take off one day...
Heck, on oct. 28th was this site's 3rd birthday, November 28th was Thanksgiving, and I didn't say hello to it :p.
Anyways, I'm writing to let you know that I've been busy with other things (No sh!t Sherlock/You don't say) . Slowly, I've been able to learn how to squeeze a small glimpse of Drupal, this site's cms.
For the first time ever, I present you a fully custom module by InnerBleach: Site's Activity is now revamped at an Alpha Stage (You can see the new one below the old one). It still has a couple of visual bugs, and the link doesn't work (Although on the test site it did function correctly) (You can always click on the new link at the Navigation Block at the left portion of the site). But it is much much much much faster since most of the content is stored (Cached) and not rebuilt each time you visit the page. There's also a pager (the numbers at the bottom of the page which indicate the page number), which will allow everyone to redistribute the whole data for easier retrieval.
I'm currently on the process of learning Illustrator and getting deeper on CSS + HTML 5, henceforth updating the site to current design styles. I'm starting to draw on my head some cool designs that I know you'll like it.... To be honest, the site is ugly (the body part at least) for today's standards, and that needs to change.
I'm still very keen on propelling the AMV Clips portion of the site with cools layout and features.
Anime will make a comeback... but not for now. If you want Bleach episodes contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm giving priority to implementing features (like AMV Clip and Music Download Page) and visual styles such as layout design and specialized tablet and smartphone site.
You can access the alpha stage of the Site's Activity by clicking the link below:
P.S: I've upgraded my 5 year old laptop (Core 2 Duo T8300 @ 2.4 Ghz) to an i7 4700MQ. Which the encoding times have been reduced from almost 2 hours 720p video encoding to a mere 15 minnutes. This means that future episode encodes will be lightning fast and releases will be able to keep up to date with the competition.