Bil Browning

A Quick Programming Note

Filed By Bil Browning | February 09, 2012 11:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Site News
Tags: Daniel Villarreal, James Holmes, new editor, programming notes, site news

By now you've probably noticed two of our newest contributors, Daniel Villarreal and James Holmes. Daniel is a former editor for Queerty and James is an artist and writer. Both of the guys aren't just joining the site as contributors, they're joining the Editorial Team too.

Things have been a little hectic around here lately. Between Alex's departure, Adam's last semester in school, and Jill's partner's health issues, it's mostly been little ole lonely me doing most of the editing and other myriad duties that come with running the site (not to mention all of the writing I've been doing to keep up our usual content levels). Quite frankly, it's become overwhelming.

James and Daniel have graciously agreed to help me out by taking on some responsibilities with the site so I can have an occasional day off - or at least the time to finish some consulting work that'll actually pay the rent. Neither of the guys are being paid anything to help out. They're doing it because they believe in Bilerico - the same reason I've done it all these years.

While they get to pad their resume with the Associate Editor title from TBP, the real payment is the well wishes and thoughtful comments they'll get from Projectors. If you're a fan of Bilerico, you'll love them just as much as I do for the assistance they're giving me - and, therefore, y'all. Won't you join me in welcoming them to the site?

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