Most of you have probably not noticed yet, but this new year has brought a couple of small, useful changes to The Rap Sheet.
First off, I’ve replaced the old, right-hand column list of contributors’ names with a new, separate Contributors page on which you’ll find short biographical notes about the many talented people whose efforts go (or have gone) into making The Rap Sheet both an informative and entertaining resource. For future reference, a link to that Contributors page is located conveniently at the top of this blog’s right-hand column, under the heading “Just the Facts.”
Second, stealing an idea from Marshal Zeringue’s excellent Campaign for the American Reader blog, I’ve gathered The Rap Sheet’s growing list of subsidiary Web sites into a block of links titled “The Rap Sheet Network,” also installed near the top of the right-hand column. Currently featured there are connections to Killer Covers, my book-design blog, and to our YouTube page, as well as to where you can follow our posts on Facebook and Twitter.
The Rap Sheet is, and always should be, a work-in-progress.