Bouquets or Bricks?
This is "YOUR" web site. Think you'd like to be part of the fun? You can have your name added (or not) in the box at the right.
Have a artistic and graphic flare? Know how to use PhotoShop or other tools? You're our man (or woman).
Could you modify the video on the front page to remove the BC flavour? Why not help us find and use more videos on the site.
Show people having fun. Help create some collages of photos. You don't necessarily need to take the pictures, just "get" them and display them on the site.
Like to write or editorialize? Got ideas for a topic? Perhaps you just found a good article by someone else somewhere and think it would be good to have on this site.
Have your say
Help guide the site. See anything that's missing? Suggest ideas for the site.
I've had a pet project way back when I created the Kicker's first website (perhaps 2000??). I had created a webpage that proposed getting a list of people who could provide overnight accommodations to out-of-town dancers; then dancers who might like to travel to a distant dance, but who didn't relish driving in the dark and arriving back home at midnight, would be able to contact a host, sleep over and then drive home in the morning. Perhaps a return visit to the visiting couple's town to attend their dance might ensue -- but not mandatory. It was a way of encouraging dancers to attend dances and perhaps enjoy some social interaction as well.
Although I had some idea of how it might work, the page was never made public because I didn't have time to assess the need or interest of dancers, I wonder if anyone sees value in such a project and would like to resurrect it. The website would be used to help in promoting such an exchange, soliciting host names and providing some contact information to those who might wish to avail themselves of the offer.
And perhaps you have your own ideas to benefit dancers where a website could help facilitate it's execution.