Posted September 9th, 2007 by moonchasers
Thanks to all the fans who voted in our Forums Opinion Poll! Expect an announcement regarding that very soon!
Some of our users have encountered problems playing videos on our channels on Veoh. We recommend rewinding the video if you do not see any picture at first. But rewind it after a few seconds have started to play and that usually solves the problem. If it doesn’t, then try upgrading your Flash Player. Chances are, if you can watch any other streaming video on the internet, then you probably just need a rewind. Or contact us at Moonchasers@NOSPAMPLZTHX.com and we will try to help you! I have added a Veoh tag to this post so users that are having troubles can click the tag and find this entry.
And there has been a lot of comment spam on our videos. We put them up for you to enjoy, not for people to make racist comments about Japan, advertise their sites, or troll. We have already had to suspend the comments on the Naruto commercial for this reason. We really like having this feature turned on for fans who do want to discuss our commercials (we appreciate each and every thank you we get – it inspires us to keep bringing you these oddities!) but if this continues to get worse, we may have to disable it. So please, don’t spam the video comments!
Posted August 13th, 2007 by The Me
Hey readers, The Me here;
First off, I want to thank all of our readers for sticking with us. It means a lot to us to know that you guys and gals keep coming back for more.
On the “staff shuffling” note, our manager and head news-finder, Sailor Dees will be away for a little while, so the rest of us are filling in until she gets back. We’ll be doing our best to keep you guys up to date on all of our regular features here and we’ll be able to answer any questions you might have at our usual e-mail address: moonchasers@NOSPAMgmail.com (without the NOSPAM, of course.)
We’d also like to remind our readers to vote in the poll over there on the right about the inclusion of Moon Chase! forums. So far people either want them or don’t care, but only a handful have voted so it’s hard to say yet. It’s your chance to have a hand in deciding the future of our site, Vote Today!
Posted March 8th, 2007 by sailordees
Blogging has become the new trend in news delivery, and with this new trend comes new technology! Now you don’t have to visit this site every day to see if there is a new story – The Atom feed on Moon Chase is similar to having a special bookmark in your bookmarks list that can tell you if there’s been a new post or not!
For those of our readers who are unfamiliar with how it works on Blogger, we are providing a quick tutorial on how to use it. You can click on all the screenshots we have provided for a larger view.
If you are using a browser like Mozilla Firefox (which we recommend) in the address bar you will see an orange icon (that looks just like this: , which we have drawn an arrow pointing to . You will then be taken to the feeds page, and it appears to be a sort of “lite” version of this site. At the top though, there is a pulldown menu in a pale yellow box. We suggest that if you are not familiar with the other readers in the pulldown list, you are best off choosing Live Bookmarks. Then click subscribe now, and you should get a pop up asking where you want to save this bookmark, so choose the place you would like to save it.
Now comes the neat part! Under your bookmarks, look to where you saved it, and voila, Moon Chase! appears with that orange icon next to it! And if you click on it, you’ll see another pulldown appear next to it, and see the headlines of all the stories on the page. This bookmark updates automatically, so all you have to do is look at the bookmark to see if there is a new story!
If your browser does not show that orange icon in the address bar, you can go to the bottom of the blog main page and click on the text that says “Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)” and it will take you to the
There are programs out there that can alert a user when the page is updated, however we haven’t had very much experience with them! Any fans wishing to jump in and lend their expertise on these other programs are more than welcome to comment!