TIMOTHY MCSWEENEY'S INTERNET TENDENCY IS AN
OFFSHOOT OF TIMOTHY MCSWEENEY'S QUARTERLY
CONCERN, A JOURNAL CREATED BY NERVOUS PEOPLE IN
RELATIVE OBSCURITY, AND PUBLISHED FOUR TIMES A
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All things published in (on?) Timothy McSweeney's Internet Tendency are copyrighted, in the worldwide sense, and cannot be reprinted -- or even spoken about -- without the written approval of a McSweeney's representative. They will be standing at the exits, wearing red vests.
We will put some things "up," so to speak, on some days, and on other days, we will not put things up. Whether or not we put things up will depend largely on whether, on a particular day, we have anything to put up. For example, let's say that on Monday we have something which we want to put up. On that day, we will put that thing up. On Tuesday, though, we might not have anything to put up. We will worry for a moment about not having anything to put up. "Oh no," we might say, "another day has come, and we have nothing to put up. What will happen if someone visits this site and there is nothing new to look at? Will people be angry?" But then we will realize that, chances are, people will not be angry -- that, chances are, people will understand. Most people are pretty understanding.
Considering this is the web and all, we will try to keep things readably short. (Unless something needs to be longer, in which case that piece will be longer.)
Nothing will be designed.
There will be no links.
Are those different from regular links?
I am not sure.
Well, we'll have none of those, either.
We will have those. Those will be easily accessible at the bottom of the site's page.
Will be done by an unqualified person.