BrokenClaw In the Media

Posted By BrokenClaw on October 7, 2005

Cecil Soil, Summer 2005 My article about the aboriginal Susquehannock tribe was reprinted in the Summer 2005 edition of Cecil Soil magazine, a local magazine for and about Cecil County, Maryland.

Our Christmas Carols page consistently gets the most attention on and off the Web. It was included in the November, 2002, issue of Family Fun magazine, in the family computer article called A Visit from St. Click. The author, Leslie Garisto Pfaff, outlined “five ways your PC can simplify your life, organize your projects, and save you time in this busy season.” The author highlighted our search feature to help you find those elusive lyrics.

Family Fun, Nov 2002 In November, 2001, our web site was featured on the local news broadcast on KFSM-TV5, in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Scott Johnston, the station’s resident “web doctor,” happened to find us while doing a search for Christmas carols. He was so impressed by the content and layout of our site, that he decided to give us a plug on his spot during the local news. He described BrokenClaw as a fine example of what a personal website can be. As a result of his television story, we received thousands of extra visitors that evening, many of whom left kind remarks in the guest book and via email.

Our Carols page was also cited in a newspaper article in Canada, in the Muskoka Advance from Bracebridge, Ontario. The feature column is called “Exploring the Net” by Doug Smith. In his Christmas article, he recommended our Carols page, with the comment that it can’t be beat! He even quoted my own description of the page: lyrics “in simple text format, without any blinking lights or dancing reindeer.”


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