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Imperica update, September 2018

Imperica update, September 2018 Tony Hisgett, CC https://www.flickr.com/photos/hisgett/5129805518/

Hello from a sunny Oxford. We have been busy in recent months with this site, not that you should really notice that. 8 years of content has been moved from an old CMS to a new one; the site has moved hosts; the mobile web version has been completely reworked; and the newsletter system, for Web Curios, has been given an awful lot of back-end love (as it were). With all of that lovely remediation in mind, we can now get cracking once again with what we most enjoy doing: articles.

We're going back to our roots - covering the interaction of arts, tech, marketing, and media. Matt is remaining on Fridays and I'll be writing an op-ed every Thursday. Should we have a different op-ed each day? What should we cover, and who should we invite to write?

We're also going back to Imperica Magazine, making it quarterly and covering the best of the site as well as additional new writing. Given that the last - the first - issue was in Spring 2017, it's now time for a fresh issue. Imperica makes no money, and I'm too proud to crowdsource or ask for donations, so the Magazine is the best way to solicit funds from its readers. We get the revenue, and you get a nice gift in return.

Also, Perera is open once again for copywriting commissions. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you're looking for content production and editorial direction. (There's no website at the moment; that's back soon).

So, I'll end this with the usual request: if there's anything - ​anything​ - which we should know about, cover, or analyse - then This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Paul Squires
Publisher, Imperica

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