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    the hope for this blog is to push the design and style of captive reefs. it will include other related and inspiring work such as art, music, home design, and autos. i feel a major downfall in reef aquaria in the states is a lack of knowledge shared between reefers. forums do facilitate this, but […]


    the hope for this blog is to push the design and style of captive reefs. it will include other related and inspiring work such as art, music, home design, and autos.

    i feel a major downfall in reef aquaria in the states is a lack of knowledge shared between reefers. forums do facilitate this, but there is lots of banter and new ideas are usually scoffed at. hopefull reef blogs will become more popular with the american crowd, but if not oh well… enjoy.

    One Comment

    1. Nicolas
      February 5, 2008 at 11:37 AM | Permalink

      I’ve been a fish keeper in general for almost 14years.
      I’ve been a Reef Keeper for just over 2 years.

      Within the last 2 years I’ve ventured onto many forums and read more banter and read more misleading information than anywhere else on the web. I prefer reading blogs than pages and pages of forum posts. There is a higher level of professionalism coming from blog writers than forumers.

      So I guess what I’m saying is kudos on an awesome reef blog. I too will be starting my own reef blog soon, where I hope to write more about my love for reef keeping. Helping to redirect people to good reef keeping resources on the web. They will undoubtedly be blogs.

      Keep up the good work. I’ll be reading more of your blog and posting more comments soon.
      glassbox-design.com is a great name too. Very clever.

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