If you were hoping for some hot new features, we don’t have anything to report on that front right now.
But we have taken some strides lately to make a few things clear here on the Flyer and this post will discuss those strides. (Strides?)
If words like “transparency,” “trust” and “policy” bore you to death, then by all means, please click the “back” button on your browser now.
Here are a few things we’ve added to the Flyer recently:
Corrections (Oops) – This is category for us to place corrections in. If the mistake is grammatical or is simply a spelling error, we usually just fix it and go on with our biznass. If we forgot to credit a photo or listed an incorrect date or something like that, we’ll write up an Oops for it. The link is located under the About tab in the main menu.
Disclosures – This is a page we created to help you understand our disclosure policy. On it you will find a list of general disclosure rules we try to follow with examples of how/where we’ve put those rules to use. You will also find a few specific disclosures that we expect to be ongoing. The link is located under the About tab in the main menu.
Sponsors – Without our sponsors, there would be no Fayetteville Flyer. We love them. We hope you do, too. The Sponsors page is exactly what it sounds like – a list of our sponsors. You can also see their weekly messages rotating in various places around the Flyer. The link is located under the About tab in the main menu.
Events – Annual / Monthly – This is a page we’ve created to serve as a repository for event coverage. For example, if you’d like to see all of the First Thursday guides we’ve put together, just visit the First Thursday page. Easy enough, right? The link is located under the Local Info tab in the main menu.
Archives – This page isn’t new but it’s been kind of hard to find. It’s exactly what it sounds like. The link is under the Home tab in the main menu.
Crazy Dog – This is just something I thought of about five minutes ago. It’s a page of photos I grabbed from Flickr after searching for “Crazy Dog.” It’s also a good example of what happens when you stay up until 2 a.m. writing a blog post about transparency, trust and policies.