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The DC Outreach Project has been working to spread the word of Detective Conan to the masses. They have been asking others to post this on their behalf, but, to be clear, they didn't ask me, I did this on my own (click to reveal the text).

Now get out there and spread the word of Detective Conan!

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In an effort to try and get more people involved in Detective Conan and associated franchises, we’re reaching out to key YouTube channels hoping to convince them to create some DCMK videos.

One of these channels is WatchMojo, a channel with 16 million subscribers that guarantees its highest voted suggestion of each month a video. The current #1 has 22 upvotes, a number that we believe the DCMK fandom capable of beating.

To help DCMK reach a wider audience, please go to the link below, create an account, and upvote the suggestion in the link.

The WatchMojo suggestion has officially hit 100 upvotes and become the most popular suggestion on WatchMojo in the entire past year!

Great work, everyone - however, now is the time to double down and call as much attention to this fact as possible. In order to make sure that WatchMojo doesn’t overlook us, we’re hoping to organize a small Twitter campaign.

Detective Conan users everywhere are invited to tweet (or retweet, or, ideally, both) @WatchMojo with a link to the suggestion and the hashtag #WatchConan so that we can all show our love for the series and help spread the word! We’ve included a link below that leads you to a pre-written tweet, should you be feeling lazy. ;)


Saturday, December 26, 2015

Tag Jump Menu Added


I've been using tags ever since writing my first blog post here nearly six years ago, which is useful for finding similar posts when you're already looking at one post, I guess. And more recently it helped with the Related Posts thing when that was added, which is a lot more useful. However, there was no way to just see all the tags in one place and jump straight to the content you want to see.

Until today. I added to the menu (on both full sized screens and mobile) a submenu from which you can select any tag to jump straight to the listing for it, just as if you clicked on one of the tags on any individual post. So now you can get randomly curious about some random tag while not already looking at a random post that already has that tag. I'm sure there's at least a small subset of people somewhere who will benefit from this. And I happen to be one of them, so there.

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