Hello, hello -
So, there is now a rudimentary forum up, though there are still several problems with it (which might prove outside my technical expertise to solve) - like its responsiveness and scaling. Ideally, I would like it to be fully embedded and functional on the discussion page, though I'm not sure how to make it so. There have also been some problems reported from Firefox/Edge users that the forum doesn't display at all. So, I'll try to work on these things in the coming days. If anyone can shed some light on these technical issues, please reach out! For now, have a nice picture of some flowers in Thailand.
This is more house-keeping than anything else, but some of you may have noticed that the forums walked off into the wilderness and were never seen again; in talking with someone from Weebly, they reported that: "The Tal.ki forum was not a service provided directly by Weebly and was not a tool over which we had even the slightest control. We added it to our editor in partnership with Tal.ki in order to provide our users an easy way to simply drag a forum on to their site, however after several issues with the forum element we elected to discontinue its use and removed it from the elements tray." So, in short, there was nothing to be done. Apologies on my end, as well, for not notifying any of you in advance.
That said, I will soon be embedding another forum into the site, so that communication can flow again. You'll soon know what that looks like. And, again, I apologize for any inconvenience.
On an article-related note, I am about halfway done with an article on Ancient Sheikah art and architecture; there has been a lot of fascinating research over the past weeks, and now I finally get to play Breath of the Wild with a critical eye toward architecture. The article should be released within a few weeks.
Thanks for your patience.
The universe of The Legend of Zelda is replete with multifarious architectural oddities, beautiful and resonating structures, and ineffably-mysterious temples hidden in the remote corners of the world. It is my hope to explore said places, shedding light upon some of their salient features, and fulfilling the goals laid out by the introduction, the main goal of which is to help people understand and appreciate the unspoken, yet deeply-felt, allure of these locations and structures.