Meet The New Blog. (Not the) Same As The Old Blog

Wednesday, August 19, 2009
By Micah Hart

Welcome to the new and improved Hawks Blog! As part of our re-design, we’ve tweaked not only the look and feel of the place, but we’ve also rechristened the blog “From The Highlight Factory”, because that is where all the action will be going down this upcoming season and beyond.

Feel free to take a look around at the new set-up, I think you’ll see some sweet improvements, including a stream of our Twitter feed, easier ways to share posts you like, a tag cloud, and many more of the bells and whistles that most blogs provide these days.

For those that use an RSS Feed to follow along, please note that the feed has changed to

Like the new look? Hate it? Let us know what you think in the comments!


7 Responses to “Meet The New Blog. (Not the) Same As The Old Blog”

  1. Swingman912

    New look. New Season. New goals. Lets get it…….CHUUUUUUUCH

  2. AtomicHawk

    Anyone knowledgeable of creating fan clubs? I want to start one in Athens. We can’t get to the games as often as Atlanta residents, but I want to create a club that meets at a local sports bar for games on the tube. Are there any guidelines to creating an “official” Hawks fan club?

    Go Hawks!!!

  3. Swingman912

    Any word on Johan Petro. He isnt the answer, but he’s only 23, which means he has time to grow, and he’s a 7-footer, which is what we need. We could probably get him for the low-low too. Lets give a shot at least. We’ve already got the core, so what do we have to lose?………….CHUUUUUUCH

  4. Melanie

    LOVE IT!

  5. Mr. Hawk

    Im ready for the season, but until then go Falcons!

  6. Hawksgirl

    True mr. hawk. Go falcons! Anyone hear about beasley? i was in total disbelief.

  7. Mr. Hawk

    How can you get involved with that? Speaking of Beasley. He should know he’s blessed to even have the God given talent to play professional ball. Come on Bro! Understand that making money and being popular does not stop you from being immature and from making bad decisions. Giving 20 year olds millions and expect them to act as though they have had money all their lives, is a stretch.