All About La Ronde
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La Ronde provides an alternative to search engines and links pages, giving us a new way to organize our content on the World Wide Weba ring.
Whats a Ring?
A ring lets us group sites with a like purposein our case, playwrights sitesby linking them together in a circle. If someone views any individual site in the ring, he/she can click Next or Previous on the special La Ronde Server Side NavBar (sample above) to go to the next or previous ring site. If they keep clicking Next/Previous buttons, they "tour" each site on the ring, eventually ending up where they began.
So yes, La Ronde is a gateway from your page to all other pages that belong to La Ronde. This happens without you having to maintain a list of links on your site and make sure the links still work. (Yes. Saving You the Drudgery of Doing it On Your Own). Youre still free to add your own links of choice to your own pages, of course, taking on as much burden as you can stand.
One person in the ring maintains it (believe it or not, he/shes called the Ringmaster," and he's actually a person, this very intense guy named Bob Jude Ferrante. And oh yeah, this is his website by the way. Hi.)
Anyway, whaat? Oh yeah, to join you need to apply, and I'm sorry to report it's the ringmaster — that self-indulgent cow! (sorry, Bob) is responsible for add new sites to the ring.
The mission is, um... yeah. To link all stage writers on the Web. Nice and clean. Sites qualified for inclusion must have a primary focus on presenting the work of one individual playwright, with information like:
Useful stuff like that, OK? And:
Its easy. If youre a playwright with a site and want to
join, you can start by clicking:
If you're a playwright's terrier, don't click here, just say woof. three times. There. Doesn't that feel better?
If your browsers playing music, the piece youre
now hearing is called Prelude, original music © 1991, bob jude ferrante.
To stop the music, click the STOP button on your browser.