There is no predetermined schedule for updates to this site. Trained monkeys add information as it becomes available. In general, though, we strive to add announcements of all new band and individual projects by the time that details become public through any other source (press releases, etc). So you should check the site constantly. Never leave.
We said never leave!
Although we try our best, sometimes things just break. PC users shouldn't have a problem, but if you're on a Mac (and we're all on Macs here at Phish HQ), consider viewing the site on Safari or Firefox for best results. If you're reading this on a TRS-80, that's pretty impressive.
On different browsers, things can shift around. Since this is a brand new version of the site, we're expecting some bugs, but doing all we can to avoid them. It might take a little bit for the site to be fully broken in, like an old shoe. If you notice anything really bizarre happening, like your computer becoming self-aware and rebelling against its human oppressors, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phish.com 4.0 was designed and built by PROD4ever in Boston, MA. Their mantra is "make cool stuff." The site was unleashed to the public on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010 - days away from the fourteen year anniversary of the original Phish.com
Much of the post-1994 photography on the site was taken by longtime Phish friend Danny Clinch. Additional photography was taken by C. Taylor Crothers, Jay Blakesberg, and many others too numerous to mention in this space. Thanks to all who keep our photo archives flowing.
this? I swear it wasn't me!