WearRadio.co.uk goes live!

I’ve been working every hour Dawkins sends on http://wearradio.co.uk for the past 3 weeks and it is finally ready for primetime.

The big headaches were getting it to look as intended in Microsoft Internet Explorer, surprise surprise, and of course all those little things you come across now and then that are sent to try you—like why certain graphics refuse to load and why the site occasionally takes more than 3 seconds to load on an empty cache.

All in all though I’m happy I plumped for WordPress as the main platform—although I can see how further down the line we might want to expand into a more dedicated CMS—but that’s the job for someone else.

For now I’m looking forward to actually getting “on air”. We have a soft launch of the site and other back-room management type information we need to share with the presenters and DJs at this Thursday’s first full staff meeting and other than the fact we don’t have any content yet, everything is going GREAT!!

3 comments on “WearRadio.co.uk goes live!

  1. you are not a free thinker. atheists are not into free thinking they are brain washed hate mongers who mock and ridicule anyone who doesn’t cow tow to their stupid illiterate little ideology of superiority.

    I spent years researching the book that I just wrote. Its’ about the studies that I talk about, the studies you don’t know anything about. your little hogwash bigotry is all you have to back your insane lunatic hate monger crap about good people whom you detest.

    you have to mock and ridicule others to feel good about yourself and like a drug addict you can’t get enough.

  2. Before making sweeping generalisations about one third of the world’s population, and assuming you actually want people to read your book, you might do well to spend “years researching” punctuation and basic grammar before anything else. Just a tip, but in English sentences start with a capital letter.

    On the basic thrust of your argument, I would agree that there are probably hundreds of thousands of people, out there, who identify themselves as atheist simply because they are too lazy to get out of bed on a Sunday morning, or indeed think about any of “it” for themselves.

    But if it is your intention to prove the larger philosophical tract of a-theism, per-se, merely a lazy means of persecuting the religious, I might argue you’d have to go a long way to find a more efficient means of achieving this; absolute hatred of other people’s beliefs, than religion itself.

    If that reads like a cheap shot, go to LiveLeak and search for Martyrdom Videos. Find me a video of someone blowing themselves and everybody else up in the name of free thinking secular humanism and you’ve won yourself an argument. You’ll forgive me if I don’t hold my breath eagerly awaiting your response.

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