Frontier Pop Issue 103: Switched On - C. A. Passinault
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BY EDITOR AND PUBLISHER C. A. PASSINAULT

After a long hiatus, I have finally resumed working on my web sites, which will help getting everything up to speed, as well as forge my path to my 300 web site goal by 2019.
I have a lot of interesting, and exciting, things in the works when it comes to my web sites.
First of all, I have put, and will continue to put, a lot of work into Frontier Pop to get it to where it needs to be to support the publication of content and to become a premier online information platform for pop culture, entertainment, and current events. Then, we have my next-generation talent resource web sites, which will be at least 100 times more effective than anything that I currently have online.
There is talk of a new online film festival (which is true. It will be the “Connected Film Festival”, and it will be a hybrid of an online film festival and a film festival event series) and of “stealth”, or low-observable, web sites (also true, and there is a purpose for web sites which are difficult to detect; I won’t say what it is, however). Then, of course, are my marketing and support web sites. For photography alone, with the Mosaic Class and the Spirit Class web sites, I will have a fleet of well over 72 web sites).
Oh, and Frontier Pop will have at least two spin-off web sites, Handheld Arcade (I wanted to start over with Frontier Pop, and this will be the closest that I will come to it, although it won’t be updated like Frontier Pop will be. Handheld Arcade will be a video game web site, a real one, and not the one that everyone thinks that Frontier Pop is; Frontier Pop is more than just a video game site) and a secret web site where pretty much anything goes.
Of course, then there are my next-generation web sites (not to be confused with my next-generation talent resource web sites), which are my 4th generation web sites. With my current web sites being all late 3rd generation, which are the same static, CSS HTML text and JPEG web sites that I have been building for since the beginning in 1998, the 4th generation web sites will be revolutionary. 4th generation sites will be interactive, and will be built using PHP and MySQL databases, as well as interactive and moving graphics. By default, they will also be responsive, able to detect what I user is accessing them with and giving them a version of the site which is optimized for that experience. They will make my current web sites look like relics.
At any rate, closing out this exciting article here in the July 2017 issue of Frontier Pop, and going back to my current 3rd generation web sites, which are proven and extremely effective, work that I have done overhauling and salvaging the Frontier Pop web site over the last few month, Frontier Pop also being a late 3rd generation web site, will greatly help my new web site projects that I am working on. Handheld Arcade, the spin off web site of Frontier Pop specializing in video games, will be a more refined version of Frontier Pop. Independent Film Revolution, the successor to the Tampa Bay Film site, will also be a very polished and refined web site, even though it uses the same Revolution Class web site that Tampa Bay Film uses.

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