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User Blogs are Gooooooo!

That's right, PixlBit now has user blogs. It's pretty awesome, if I must say so myself.

Well, it's been a year in the making, but PixlBit finally has user blogs. Yes, that's right, user blogs. Want to write your own review for a game, how about an editorial? Got a grand idea for a feature, just want to get some stuff off your mind? Good, because we want to hear it. If you don't have an account yet, now's the time to make one and get blogging away.

For the time being, the feature is in a beta status. Why, you ask? Simple - there are still a ton of features we'd like to add. What features might those be? I don't know. I need you, the reader, to tell us. We're looking for your input on how to make this feature awesome. It might be pretty cool right now, but it's nowhere near great.

So get in there, start using it and email tips@pixlbit.com if you have something you want to see added. Or I suppose you could blog about it. That works too.

Best of luck and enjoy!


 

Comments

Joaquim Mira Media Manager

11/18/2011 at 04:02 PM

Now I can start blogging about my culinary experiments, woohoo!

Mike Wall Staff Alumnus

11/18/2011 at 06:36 PM

That's awesome guys nice work.

Kathrine Theidy Feature Writer

11/19/2011 at 12:30 AM

I'm so behind with the site that I thought this already happened.

ShyGuy

11/20/2011 at 02:22 AM

I think I will continue to use the comments sections for my personal journal. I drank orange juice today and took a nap. My friends are all jerks.

Jason Ross Senior Editor

11/20/2011 at 03:40 AM

Hmm. No reports on brushing teeth or washing hands. I can name one guy I probably don't want to meet in person...

Travis Hawks Senior Editor

11/20/2011 at 09:40 AM

No need to wash hands with all of that vitamin C?

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