A few people suggested I do this a while back, so from today, I am asking if anyone would like to support the Modculture website either with a one-off or ongoing small donation.
How does the idea of getting all the recent Modculture stories emailed over grab you? If it does, you need the Modculture Newsletter.
So here it is. 20 years after the site first launched, a new version of the Modculture website is now in place.
On a day we tend to look forward, I’m looking back. Yes, I have compiled The Year In Mod: 20 most popular posts of 2019. Please check it out.
It’s that time of year again. I’ve checked the figures, added them up and worked out A Year In Mod: 20 most popular posts of 2018.
You might have seen some wonderfully ‘60s shoes appearing across social media recently. They are likely to be the work of Ivan, aka Doctor Watson Shoemaker, who I caught up with recently.
We have got the calculator out, double checked and found that these are the 20 most popular posts of 2017 from the Modculture website.
We don’t advertise it widely, so if you’ve missed out on the news that the Modculture forums are back, let us point you in the direction of it.