Welcome to The Thrilling Detective Web Site. Again.
Okay, you’re here. April 1, 2021 marks out 23rd anniversary, and to honour the occasion, thrillingdetective.com is dead.
Long love thrillingdetective.com!
Let me explain. We’re not really going anywhere, we’ve simply changed where the domain thrillingdetective.com points to, moving our site from our old server to a new one, allowing us to make it a WordPress site, with all those nifty features you guys apparently love.
Q: What if I don’t love it?
A: Of course, not everybody loves everything sometimes. So, for a little while longer, you can answer my Seven Slayers Survey, and give me a piece of your mind.
Q: Waitaminute! I’m seeing https://thrillingdetective.com/ in my browser!!!
A: Yep. It may take a few days for WordPress and the internet to sort things out.
Q: So we’ve moved everything from the old location, right?
A: Er, not exactly. It’s a huge site, but I’m more than half way there. I’m trying to move (and often, update) the primary pages first. Of course, “primary” may be in the eye of the beholder, so if you get the dreaded “Sorry, Pal” message, our team of experts will jump on it. Unfortunately, it will take time for all the search engines and the rest of the internet to catch up.
Q: Does that mean all the old stuff has disappeared?
A: Nope. It still exists on my Mac, on an external hard drive and possibly in the hearts of millions. And it will all be ultimately transferred here.
Q: Anything else I should know?
A: Yes, in fact, I’ve got a new feature I think I’m going to call Dick of the Day. Everyday, I plan to post a link on Twitter and elsewhere to one of the thousands of private eyes I have listed on the site. I’d love to know what you think.
And on Saturday, April 3, I’m going to have a Birthday Zoom in the site. How pathetic is that?
So please be patient, and if anyone has comments, suggestions, words of encouragement, talk to me.
Got something in a private eye vein I should know about? Tell me!
Got something to show me? I can’t post if I don’t know…
And for those who’d like to send me review copies (or bundles of unmarked bills, preferably tens and twenties), my snail mail is:
Kevin Burton Smith
The Thrilling Detective Web Site
3053 Rancho Vista Blvd, Apt. 116
Palmdale, CA 93551
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