I suspect the little login box in the upper right corner is a hint.
And then the line, "Welcome to the new allmusic. We recommend you begin your exploration by visiting the Site Guide."
So clicking on the "Site Guide" in the left bar (or just clicking here) seems to indicate that they'd Really Like You to Register(tm).
Unfortunately, registering doesn't seem to have helped much. Sure, it all seems to load a little faster, but I get a "Sorry for the Delay" message every time and have to click "Reload." Perhaps it's because I'm using an "unsupported" browser.
(edited by tarnish on 13.7.04 1226) /tarnish...
Firstly, the only cavassing of users you should be doing is with a heavy tarpaulin, a stack of bricks and a deep stretch of water" -- BOFH speaks the truth about surveys
Originally posted by tarnishUnfortunately, registering doesn't seem to have helped much. Sure, it all seems to load a little faster, but I get a "Sorry for the Delay" message every time and have to click "Reload." Perhaps it's because I'm using an "unsupported" browser.
(edited by tarnish on 13.7.04 1226)
I've done all that and I am still getting Timed Out messages. I am using IE 6.
And they hate Mozilla. I might just have to go buy a puppy so they can run over it. -_-
You don't ACTUALLY have to sign in. Works fine for me just searching and stuff. Although I got the timeout errors QUITE frequently with Firefox .9 and IE6. Of course, I couldn't do the whole mouseover-expand-listings thingy in Firefox.
DEAN's Nuggets of Wisdom:
"I don't want him to die. I just want him to NEED my PEE." (as seen here)
For what it's worth, it seems like the site is much more operational today. Maybe it was just start-up issues. So far, I think I like the previous layout better, but I am sure we will all get used to the new navigation of the site.
THIS WEEK'S TOTAL LISTINGS: 201 ALBANY RECORDS Contemplations: The Music of Olivier Messiaen (The W at Amazon) | none (1/1) Lee Hinkle: Theatrical Music for Solo Percussion | Arielle Miller (1/1) Mathew Fuerst: Works for Violin & Piano | none (1/1)