Hi Rich Fans,
My cyber-buddy, Brian William has redone the Rich Mullins Fan Page, but I'll let him tell you about it...
P.S. Just a quick side note, many have asked me, and others assumed that Brian is here in Wichita, having seen the "wsu" in his email address and in the URL of the web page, and assuming it was Wichita State University. This is actually just another coincidence (kinda like the fact that the printing company I work for is on St Francis street). Actually "wsu.edu" is Washington State University. (Wichita State's actual "legal" name is The Wichita State University, therefore their URL is "www.twsu.edu".) But enough of the trivia, Let's hear from Brian...
Date: Sun, 16 Nov 1997 10:20:29 (PST) From: Brian William Subject: Unveiling of "Calling Out Your Name" Well, yesterday evening, with no ribbon cutting ceremony or champagne bottles broken, the new and improved Rich Mullins Webpage, "Calling Out Your Name," was unveiled! Everything is new from the bottom up, with a new title, new appearance, new organization, and new content. It now features lyrics, Scriptural references, and sound clips for every song that Rich released, along with guitar chords for many of the songs, and a handful of video clips and midi files. All of them have been brought together in a single location to provide easy navigation between the different aspects of the music. Also reorganized are the Release Magazine articles, the other magazine and newspaper articles, interviews, and concert reviews. For the webpage portion, the frequently asked questions have been revised and new questions have been added. And the memorial messages have been moved to their own section of the webpage. In addition to the content changes, the graphics have all been completely redesigned, giving it a new look and aiding the ease of navigation through the webpage. A few last minute wrinkles to iron out, but overall a very pleasing improvement! *Brian
No need to change your URL's. It's still the same, just the name has changed.
Thanks for all the hard work, Brian. It looks great.
I believe Rich would approve - if it just wasn't so much about him :-).