Oct 17, 2005

Whatever Happened To The X Bridge?

Good question.

Very good question.

What TXB is supposed to be and what TXB is are two different things. I wanted to create a site that represented the people. I wanted to create a site that I could express my opinions in an unbiased atmosphere. Truth be told, I don't think I've accomplished any of those. For most of my site's seven years online, it's been pretty much slanted towards one direction. I've showed much love for a network that, truth be told, hasn't really shown me nor its viewers much love. I've only seen one side of the argument and fiercely defended it. But I want to give people a site that's more than that.

I want to create a site that is pretty much a voice for the voiceless. I want to create a site that celebrates ALL of animation, not just action-animation. I want to create an access point that bridges all worlds of animation without prejudice or disdain, where one form of animation isn't better than another. I want to create a site that can criticize all animation both positively and negatively, a duality in which we call life.

That's what I want to do with The X Bridge, and this weekend (October 21-23), I want to begin this reinvention. I hope you all can check it out, and if not, I hope you'll check it out someday in the future.

2 comments:

Enoch Allen said...

What a beautiful post.

I can’t wait for this update!

Melon which rhymes with said...

Yeah Cartoon Network has left us in the dust sadly.

I can't wait for the new revamp that celebrates all animation.