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David Karp from Davidville.

April 12th, 2006


You might have noticed a credit at the bottom of our Frederator blogs: Website imagined and created by Davidville. David Karp from Davidville is the man who “imagined and created” Channel Frederator too. And the main Frederator site, and The Wubbcast, and just about everything we do on the internet. And his colleague Annie Chiu designed the logo and the website.

I won’t go into lots of detail here, but suffice it to say that when I asked David to build us a cartoon version of Channel 102, he looked at me sideways and said, “You don’t want that. It’s very old school, very 2000.” As only a 19 year old could.

The rest is Channel Frederator history. David produced our first few months of episodes (with Eric Homan and Melissa Wolf programming; now Mike Glenn has taken over the producing and editing chair), and David is inventing other things with us.

Thanks David. Thanks to you, the cartoon community will never be the same.

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Yeah but the excessive divitis and use of break tags is also very 2000:) What happened to semantics with web design? We use that in San Francisco, not so in So Cal?


Hah! You totally caught me. Did you notice the layout uses 7+ tables?! I actually don’t take credit for the markup - you can go after my partner!


Of course, I have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about. But, Davidville is in New York, as is half the Channel Frederator team.


> “Mike Glenn has taken over the producing and editing chair”

And is doing a phenomenal job if I do say.


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