Today, I officially told the world about the new wineanorak website! (See the press release here.) It has been online now for some 20 years, and I’ve recently redesigned it. It has been the most significant update in this time, and it was needed. The Internet has moved on substantially in these 20 years, and my updating hadn’t quite kept pace with new developments, for some reasonably serious technical reasons (chiefly, I didn’t want to lose the continuity with the past: there’s a lot of material there, and most significant updates mean starting over again.)
The new website comes with new functionality, and a new contributor, my colleague Treve Ring. And it is already sending out some really strong new content. More of this to come. For now, I thought it would be fun to look at how things have changed with time.
So the big change, launched today. Everything is on wordpress. The blog (where you are now), and the main site. The blog is now more of a blog; the main site is a magazine format, and gets the bulk of the content. It’s exciting to see things move forwards. It has been a fun journey, and not one I could have planned.
I also now have a mailing list: subscribe here for updates, and also for exclusive content!
And here’s the press release of the new launch.
Source : https://www.wineanorak.com:0/wineblog/uncategorized/twenty-years-of-wineanorak