It’s time for me to join you on the other side of the screen, where instead of curating Blastr, I’ll be checking it out each day to see what’s up with the genre I love.
We launched a new version of the Blastr app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch today, redesigned from the ground up.
Thanks for all the comments and suggestions you sent in following our site redesign last week.
Welcome to the new Blastr. We've been hard at work upgrading everything we can think of around how you read our site, and we couldn't be more excited to finally get to share it with you.
We know there are are plenty of things you like about Blastr already, but there are also some things you'd like to improve. Well, now's the time to tell us what's working and what isn't, because we're about to make some changes around here. And we want to make sure they're the changes YOU want to see.
Today we launched a new version of the Blastr app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with a bunch of new features we wanted to tell you about.
If you've been hoping to get an Android version of our Blastr app—or for faster versions of our existing apps for your iPod, iPhone or iPad—you're in luck, because these new apps are now live!
We (finally!) upgraded our comment technology, and we thought it'd be a good time to go over our commenting policy and let you know that things will be changing a little bit. We have comments on the site because they're fun, they're a way to give you a voice, and they're a way for all of us to talk to one another.
You probably noticed that Sci Fi Wire turned into Blastr today, along with a whole new Web site. And you're probably wondering what's going on. Here's the deal.