Hey it's Vince the Web Guy again. You've got no idea what it's like trying to build a web site for a superhero. I mean I can put just about anything up on this page that you could imagine, but if the Clam with the plan doesn't let me in on what he wants, it makes it a trifle difficult.
For example, take the last conversation I had with him:
Web Guy: "SC, we need a blurb for the front page."
SC: "The Front page of what?"
Web Guy: "The web site! What else would I be asking about?"
SC: "I don't know, the New York Times, Newsweek. you're supposed to be taking care of publicity and all that."
Web Guy: "Hey I'm just building a web site for ya--which is tough enough without your input."
SC: "Oh I'm sorry. I just got a bit tied up SAVING THE WORLD and all. You watch the news?"
Web Guy: "Yeah."
SC: "Well all that stuff you DON'T see on the news? You're welcome. Now unless you want the 11 o'clock to get REALLY strange, I've gotta go. Just put something up there. I'll check it from my phone later...if there is a later.
See what I mean? At least I got the twitter feed working so we can get SOME communication out of him. The best I can tell you is keep checking back. I'll keep working on the Claminator for more content, and in the mean time check out the store to buy some hats n' stuff.
Have a good one,
- Vince The Web Guy
Greetings from SC's Webmaster!
As every web site goes through it's phases of development, there are unique questions that need to be answered. None more so than with SC's site.
For instance, does SC use the grammatically correct "Super Clam," or the DC Comics styled "Superclam?" In the end, SC decided on the digitally hip/username styled "SuperClam," which you will eventually see updated across the web site and all social media platforms.
Things are still under development here, but in the mean time, check out this CNN video of just the sort of Clam-injustice SC it out to stop: