05
May
08

a word on the new look

This is the third “look” I’ve chosen for ecoTheater. What can I say? I like change.

One reason I decided to go this route is because I read not long ago that using a dark background (especially black) uses less power on your computer than the usual light background. So here it is, a small step towards energy conservation brought to you by ecoTheater.

Coming up…some thoughts on “community.”


2 Responses to “a word on the new look”


  1. May 5, 2008 at 9:38 pm

    Although the green and white was a nice way to encourage going green, I think this look is much more user friendly. My eyes don’t need to leave your blog as early to take a break…so, thanks for the change!

  2. May 5, 2008 at 9:43 pm

    Glad you like it Jonathan — I encourage long stays.


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