It wasn’t the worst I’ve seen, but I think it’s fair to say that the Kinzin launch wasn’t as smooth as we wanted. Anyway, Paul’s team is working fast and furious (quickly and furiously?) to get the holes patched and loops closed. In retrospect, I would say the Mother’s day promotion was too ambitious for the first release. Still, we’re getting more signups every day, so despite my own perception of the warts and flaws, there are people out there who are adopting and using Kinzin (a big “thank you” to any of you that might be listening). The next phase is going to focus on closing the loop on publishing and inviting, to make it more fun to create using Kinzin, and more obviously valuable to visit.