Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2005
According to reports from independent, third-party site observationalists, it was learned today that ÂobservationalistÂ is not an actual vocation, and perhaps not even a real word.
Also, metazai Productions has re-launched The Midway (http://www.themidway.com), a popular web humor site featuring topical satire, humor clean enough for all ages, and better cross-browser presentation.
ÂI don't know where all this talk of trained monkeys came from,Â Midway webmaster Michael Carney said. ÂWe only have one monkey on staff, and he's not trained at doing anything except performing CPR, eating bananas, and MySQL database optimization.Â Mr. Carney's wife and all Midway contributors present seemed a little confused by the comment, as Mr. Carney provided no context for the statement and blurted it out over lunch.
The Midway's popular ÂFilm@11Â section has been redesigned to provide a snapshot of the week's offerings on the front page of the site, and the Comics section has been enlarged to include a new cartoon series, ÂBetter Late than Dead," by Los Angeles comedian Brooks Palmer. Additionally, the technical specs of the new design of the entire site will allow it to be updated more quickly and frequently.
About metazai Productions:
metazai Productions is a blanket design group that produces humor content, web design, and graphic design from Duesseldorf, Germany, to Orange County, Californa and all points in between.
About The Midway:
The Midway is not one of those big humor sites, the ones with constant, professional humor provided by highly-paid martini-sipping elitist New York humorists that wittily put each other down and write long, satirical treatises on the ridiculousness of mankind's existence and the necessity of wearing the proper kind of overcoat in rainy New England weather while scoffing at the hillbilly attitudes of Middle America and taking offense when the viewpoint espoused by highly-paid martini-sipping elitist New York humorists is not warmly embraced as a superior way of life by aforementioned Middle America hillbillies who believe "espouse" is when you get married over the Internet.
Instead, they're different.