Then came the forums. This is when popularity boomed. It was still a Pokemon information site, but most of the activity came from the forums. It was quite popular for quite some time.
After the forums came the adoptables, which we could consider a slow burn. Even if it started off slow, it quickly picked up speed and became one of our most popular features here at Poliwager.
After the adoptables was added, however, the information side of the site became sort of a "historical" part of the site instead of an active portion of Poliwager. It's there, but so many other sites list tons of information that it's hard to be unique...when it comes to Pokemon, that is.
Today, however, Slix and I would like to announce the newest section of our website: the Kara's Flowers information site! Who, or what, is Kara's Flowers? I am glad you asked.
Kara's Flowers was a band active from 1994 to 2001. Why have we heard of them and you haven't? Another excellent question. Because technically, they are one of the most popular bands in the world right now.
In 2001, Kara's Flowers changed their name, and in 2002, released their first album under their new name. The album? Songs About Jane, and the new name? Maroon 5. I'm sure you know of them.
Slix and I consider ourselves huge fans of Kara's Flowers, and we've been thinking about ways to get them more well known: whether it be doing a video on them on YouTube, or just telling our friends, which actually has worked pretty well. And since we are all friends here, we figure we should share them all with you!
Information about them is quite hard to find. If you have a lot of time to spare or whatever, you could search some websites, or maybe even use Wayback machine to go on their old website and find out information like that. But wouldn't it be much easier to have a direct source of information: written very well and contained on just one website? With this new project, we can.
Slix and I have been talking about this idea for a few days, and we really love this idea. We already have ideas for pages we can write and other resources we can use.
If you're interested in listening to them to see why we're so excited about this project, their official album, The Fourth World, is on iTunes, and if you have Spotify, it is also available for listening there as well. In addition, if you do some searching, you'll also be able to find their unreleased album: Stagg Street Recordings. And if you love that album, they also have a third album called "...We Like Digging?" It came out before both of the other albums
Are you excited for this brand new section of the site? How did you feel about the Fourth World? Do you have any ideas for pages? Tell us below!