News has been scarce for the last year, and all things Seal were looking bleak.
Here at FLP we don't pretend that there's something newsworthy afoot, so the site has had
little update too. This has been compounded by the fact that the editorial staff, namely me,
Gareth Edwards, have been somewhat busy with business ventures of the online commerce variety.
Just what has that got to do with FLP, you ask. Well, quite a lot. My work time, which extends
into the evening, as my fiancee will loudly attest to, has scuppered the time I usually invest
However, there is an upside to this. While I'm busy flying the corporate flag and building
database-driven intranets, I'm also planning out how to use these skills to database-enable FLP.
If dynamic, searchable, cross-referenced, lyrics, concerts, discography and multimedia doesn't get
you interested, how about a Seal portal, where you can configure the contents of the main page to
your each an every whim?
Sound like fantasy?
It's not. It's do-able, and with enough spare time, it's imminent.
...and if you're involved with Seal, his agency or record label, how about helping FLP out with
news, press material, etc?