A few months ago I was sitting here and thinking, and noticed that there wasn't a popular blog online that is devoted to planted tanks. I know that there's the PFK blog but that doesn't have a sole focus on planted aquaria. So I decided to set one up. I've been into web design for a couple of years now so I've got the knowledge to get the website up and rinning, got the hosting and everything. I've only just started actually creating the site and it's coming along pretty well. Since then I've been planning it alot and which direction I would like it to go in. Obviously, the main focus will be planted tanks. I'd like to get a wide range of articles up on how to set up a planted tank, different techniques, the equipment you need - everything from the beginners to the advanced stages. Stuff to help newbies. There'll also be fun stuff like interviews and journals. My main aims are to attract more people to the planted tank community, to bring existing bobbyists from around the world together and like UKAPS promote the UK as an ambasador the the planted tank scene. I would also like to get a lot of UKAPS members involved, people who maybe aren't as experienced or as old as some of the people who write for PFK, but people who know their stuff. I think there's a lot of people on this forum who can write good quality articles. I'm just wondering what you think? Going through the forums I've seen the idea of a blog mentioned several times so hopefully you'll all agree that it's a good idea. Tell me what you think, what you expect from such a website. I'm open to ideas and of course I'm looking for willing contributors too. What other features would you like to see? What sorts of articles would you like to see? Maybe we could even sort out some kind of sponsorship with UKAPS nearer the time too.