Who are you guys behind TiC?|
"You guys" is actually just me, Storm. I'm not part of some sort of group or collective or whatever, although a lot of people are helping me with various sorts of info and stuff. But everything you read or see on this site is my responsibility.
Do you yourself throw parties/record music?
Why is the site in English?
Because the Internet is global; Danish isn't.
Why don't you categorize events on the event list into goa, house, drum & bass, etc?
I'm not doing that for several reasons: 1) I believe everyone should have an open mind towards every type of electronica, and I'm sure some sort of "style tag" would discourage people to go to this or that event, simply because of my attempt to categorize it. I don't want that to happen. 2) I foresee a flood of e-mails saying "you said it was a trance party, but they played drum & bass all the time!", or something like that. I don't want that to happen either. And 3) with all the styles - and crossover styles - you'll find in techno these days, it's bascially both a pointless and hopeless task for me to do. Thus, I refuse to categorize events.
I would like to link to TiC. Is that okay?
Yes, of course. I have some link buttons available that you're free to use if you want to, but it's totally up to yourself. I wouldn't mind being notified if you establish a link, but, again, it's up to yourself. Of course, there are exceptions to any rule, and I have one as well: if you maintain a site that carries some sort of material that discriminates against race, religion, sexuality, freedom of speech, etc, then please go to hell.
I'll link to you if you link to me, okay?
Not necessarily. Your site would have to be relevant to the users of TiC, which basically means it would have to fit into one of the excisiting categories. Sorry, I'm not trying to belittle your site, but there are already way too many "link pages" out there, and you're not going to see one on this site as well.
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