This last weekend we migrated our website to a much more powerful server, able to handle vastly greater quantities of content material and traffic, and therefore providing plenty of room for future growth.
We immediately began making use of these extra hardware resources by importing the entire archives of Razib Khan’s old GNXP.com blogsite, which had served as a prominent center for on-line discussions of genetic expression and evolutionary biology for almost a decade before going dormant a couple of years ago. The 50,000 posts and comments, many quite long and high-quality, are now conveniently accessible at The Review, substantially augmenting the total of our existing content material. Our website now includse well over a half a million articles, posts, and comments, totaling more than 65 million words.
All of this material, including the latest addition, are fully integrated within the website architecture and functionality, being organized by Author, Date Range, Topic, and Category, with all comments and commenters cross-indexed and everything searchable via our powerful search engine. These features immediately apply to all content material that our site absorbs and although the importation of the GNXP.com content marks the first time we have acquired the archives of a full-fledged multi-author blogsite, we trust it will not be the last.
Given that the GNXP.com archives contain such a huge quantity of academic-quality material on the cutting-edges of modern evolutionary biology, I am particularly pleased to note the remarkable success this morning of Fred Reed’s latest column, sharply denouncing and debunking Darwinism.
After all, providing a balanced contra-MSM perspective is the fundamental purpose of this webzine.