Selective Hearing’s 2013 Year In Review: Greg

Overall site outlook

In other site related news I am kind of sad that the promised advancement in C-Pop coverage did not work out as expected. I had someone lined up to start up on that but it fell through. Hopefully next year will be better in regards to getting the ball rolling. I can’t say when, but hopefully is about as far as I can go with that whole idea.

Also, K-Pop has once again taken a back seat. But rest assured we’re getting our shit together once more, it’s just taking a little time to get back into the swing of things in regards that crazy universe.

Looking at some of the early results of the site survey (which you should really fill out) there are many helpful (and not so helpful) suggestions to help improve the user experience here. I will take everything into serious consideration and discuss with the staff afterwards. So don’t think that what you’re filling out is for nothing.

We entered into a new partnership with Nihongogo this year and are very excited to be connected with them. Steve & I will be doing some work with them from time to time so be sure to check them out often.

Lastly, we have some apparel available for sale. Be sure to visit Selective Hearing’s shop or Milk Tee for the latest SH swag.

New and old faces

We have a couple of new staff members this year. First up is Steve Summers. Many of you have probably read his various articles and convention coverage. We also have had contributions from Garry MacKenzie who is primarily known for his work with New School Kaidan. Thank you gentleman for your contributions.

Looking back, I forgot to mention Nia (from Nia’s Wonderland) last year, so I would like to give props to her for contributions last year and this year.

I look forward to what all of you have in store for us in the upcoming year.


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Greg is the creator, administrator, editor, code monkey, overlord and general jack of all trades at Selective Hearing. He can be found lurking among the overseas Asian pop fandom and bumming around Japan every year for some reason or another.