Updates are a good thing. So are interns. Put them together and you get a brand new layout for Who’s Minding The Score?. The funniest satire-fortified carton about orchestra life to grace the intertubes. The new design sports lazy loading which means you can get through each cartoon in the series without reloading a single page (it is also the inspiration for Netflix’s autoplay feature when watching series programs and subsequently, the phenomenon known as binge-watching). All you have to do is keep scrolling/swiping down and the next cartoons automatically load.
But if you still want to click-through to the high resolution copies (and really, who wouldn’t want to see the storyboard details in the greatest plan for outreach since radio was invented), you can do exactly that.
For now, we have the first two years up and they leave off right at one of the series’ most nail-biting cliff hangers; you know, the one where the former board chair everyone was thought was left for dead in the Mexican desert shows up at the opening gala holding the former assistant conductor hostage. Really. It happens. And it’s even more awesome than you can imagine.
We’ll post the resolution and the remaining two years soon.
Get hooked on Paul Dixon’s brilliant series all over again…