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There's been a lot of questions as to what's going on with the site and what comes next. So we have this (ordered) roadmap of what's being worked on and what's to come. This will be updated until the roadmap is complete as Æ has a lot of missing features and ideas that I'd like to fix in regards to its offerings before I implement big plans for the site's popularity and well-being in 2021.
Content restoration (Mostly done, few things missing that will be restored sporadically) Image restoration (Being run in background, nothing I can do cept wait)
Æ Imageboard (Currently being worked on)
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CSS overhaul (Fixing things like the videos on mobile, and overall a rehaul of the wiki's look to be more friendly to readers)
Paid bounty board for new articles (Won't be managed by me for legal reasons however I will ensure it runs smoothly)
Anonymous phone # service for those seeking ban evades from Twitter as well as a phone number not tied to their name (more details at launch)
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Megan Is Missing
US promotional poster
|Megan Is Missing|
|Directed by||Michael K. Goi|
|Produced by||Mark Gragnani|
|Distributor||Anchor Bay Pictures|
|Running time||01hr 26m (Unrated)|
Megan Is Missing is a romantic-comedy, written & directed by Michael K. Goi, that was released in 2011 to mostly average reviews. The film depicts the adventures of two happy go-lucky friends on a journey to juvenile self-discovery following their coming into contact with a mysterious online stranger. The director affords his audience a voyeuristic view of proceedings by making use of the "found footage" technique; employing a variety of sources including web cams, mobile-telephones, televised news-reports and a selection of photographic material. Many were initially critical of the film's subdued opening stating that more humour could possibly have been derived from the two leading actresses however; the general consensus would appear to be that the final-act is a true comedic tour de force, comparable in its spirit to the great works of Chaplin, Keaton or Fritzl.
Whilst developing the storyline Goi drew inspiration from a number of real-life incidents; eventually gaining support from Marc Klaas, founder of KlaasKids Foundation, whose own daughter Polly Klaas experienced a somewhat akin to that of the film's two protagonists.
- Megan Stewart
In stark contrast to her "BFF" the character of Megan (portrayed by Rachel Quinn) is a precocious social-butterfly ever popular amongst her schoolmates and well known throughout the local area as a result of her playful ways and giving nature.
- Amy Herman
More timid and less socially capable the character of Amy (Amber Perkins) is a constant companion to Megan; this association is something of a double-edged sword in that it brings with it not only protection from, but also exposure to, varying forms of new and unprepared for experience.
The character of Josh is a pretty cool guy. eh knows how to talk to the ladies and doesn't afraid of anything.
Megan and Amy meet an older boy named "Josh"... with hilarious results.
- In October 2011 the New Zealand Censorship Board (OFLC) prevented the films release, citing it to be both "Objectionable" and potentially "injurious to the public good".
- The film currently holds a 40% 'Fresh' rating at RottenTomatoes.com