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a bit more of....


THE PHANTOM

strangled by senso

Was there life after Phantom?

Well it was certainly mused many times, but we thought it would be difficult to implement, especially as the prevailing atmosphere at the 'new home' turned out to be anything but fun. With the most popular pastime being knifing your colleague in the back, Phantom would never survive.
Son ofThe slightly different twist of an industry wide publication called something else was kicked around for a while, but eventually things had move too far on. JS was soon to leave the industry and I was having to start a business like a real grownup!

But to say pen never met paper would be wrong as can be seen from material uncovered in the recent search. Son of! (note to self must think harder..).
The Gnu's manifestation looked like it might fly for a while as online publishing quickly displaced the Phantom world, but the content never had a steady domain and unless written well and updated occasionally soon grew raggy and old as scripts outdated and failed. Hopefully not the fate of this site.
The site should remain stable for a good while as it is just a one off construction to contain the archives
I can remember Jon and I discussing the future of the publishing world and the loss of their true 'feel' of paper and if we should have 'artificial' coffee rings and stains on electronically produced copy (don't think we actually did though).

The Phantom had run its course, you have to know when somethings natural life has expired, something many television producers should learn.

Dead forever? Well they say never say never again, as long as we both still wake up, check out a still working limbs, then roll out of bed is there hope?

There is hope.. JS launched the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/KnogoUKLtd/ a few years back, the odd ditty flies by on there, but it is a much under used resource, hopefully not after this.

 

 

Never mind all this crap...get me back to the good stuff

 

 

 

 


 

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