We are glad to announce that Definitely Not Tokyo has revived its old fanart section. We have many of our old favourites from the original fanart page and have found some new gorgeous art to add to it.
Definitely Not Tokyo is glad to announce that we now have a our link list up and running. We will attempt to add to it as we can, but at the moment it is a pretty massive thing considering all the websites that have died over the past few years.
We are still quite heartsick over the loss of Windam.net, but thanks to Reocities, we are glad to say that we have been able to keep the majority of our old Geocities links on the list. Though they are surrounded by more adverts than they once were, all their content still exists in cyberspace and this make our hearts glad.
Well, I am pleased to announce that the forum is now back up and running. I pulled it down and spent countless hours trying to get it upgraded from the nearly ancient version 1.0.8 that it was up to the 2.0.2 that it is now. It did not want to cooperate in the slightest.
One of the nice things about the update is that I could reopen registration. All the spam bot problems seem to be solved for the most part. I do hope that you all can come over and join the conversation. It needs new life breathed into it.
You can easily access the forum from the sidebar. It’s the button labeled Cephiro, obviously.
I hope to see you all there.
It is about time that this website got a facelift. I mean, have you seen what it used to look like?
And that was some of my best HTML coding of the time. I’ve gotten better, but not by much. I have to cannibalise existing coding, as I can’t build from scratch well.
But enough of the past.
We’ve moved the site to a new server, which means that we now have more bandwidth, which is always lovely. The website has also been converted to WordPress to make updated and everything else easier. It also means that the layout is far easier to change and makes adding in pretty links and such, quite simple. It will remain a work in progress for the next month or so, but it is definitely a far cry from what it used to be.