'Tiiis the season to be jolly..... tra-la-la-la-laaa
With christmas closing in fast now, things are understandably slowing down on the news front, people are naturally taking short breaks etc. I will still endeavour to get some more content to you within the next couple of days.
I'd like to take this time to wish you all a very merry christmas and look forward to bringing you a bunch of fresh content towards the new year.
Although i've only been involved with Tt for a couple of months thus far, during this time i've found working with the rest of the staff to be of great pleasure & have really enjoyed working hard to keep you all informed of the latest and greatest content out there. I don't doubt 2004 is going to be a HUGE year for computer enthusiasts and gamers, we have a lot to look forward to.
On behalf of all of us at TweakTown, we hope you have a Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year ;-)
UPDATE by Cameron Wilmot - I just wanted to check in quickly after Steve *Mr.News* Dougherty's Christmas greeting and also wish everyone a very Merry Christmas (or whatever you celebrate during this time of the year) and all the best for the New Year from my folks place in the country.
2003 has proved to be a very solid and productive year for TweakTown. Our staff list has grown to a total of 10 people worldwide as we continue to deliver all the latest tech related content daily. We'll only continue this trend more strongly in 2004 with many new exciting additions which we have in the works, such as other language sites and more.
Stay tuned for yet another exciting year in 2004 here at TweakTown and all the features to come! Take care and Merry Christmas to all!