Website Colophon

July 9, 2014

This site now features a responsive layout, which means it will automatically adjust how content is displayed based on the size of your web browser window. That means a seamless reading experience regardless of whether you're on a desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc.

Tim Tai, Online Development Editor (2013-2014)

June 20, 2011

I'll just get straight to the point. This website uses Django, which is built on the Python framework. Cool, huh?

Aimee LaPlant, Online Development Editor (2010-2011)

September 21, 2009

A new colophon is coming soon to It will document the site in a very detailed manner.

Until then, here are some quick credits.

Development of this site over the past two years has been led by Mike Tigas, Justin Myers and Allan J. Vestal.

For our Facebook, Twitter and RSS icons, we use the Social Network Icon Pack by Komodo Media, Rogie King; this collection of icons is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.

Allan James Vestal, Online Development Editor (2009-2010)

Note: Through September 20, 2009, a message from former Assistant Online Editor Mike Tigas was displayed on this page. For now, I will leave the message on this page, in the interest of accurately documenting the site's past. ~AJV

February 2, 2008

A colophon, in publishing parlance, is a page of production notes about the typefaces, design, software, printing and whatever gory technical details one would ever wish to know about the book at hand.

Someday soon, this page will grow up to be a big, strong, page that discusses the design and programming elements behind this website.

Until then, please see my note regarding the new website's launch, which links to an informal series I've written regarding the development of this site.

Mike Tigas, Assistant Online Editor (2007-2008)