A Year (And Then Some) Of Flickcharting

Nathan Chase

Nathan Chase is a co-founder and the designer of Flickchart. He's also a multimedia designer & developer living in central Florida, an online culture and social networking enthusiast, a proud father, an avid PC gamer, an incessant movie watcher, known for an eclectic musical taste, periodically avoiding being shot by paintballs, and often writing and performing music - on the drums, guitar, piano, or computer. You can find Nathan on Flickchart as Zampa, and email him at nathan@flickchart.com.

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11 Responses

  1. Daniel Rohr says:

    I love the new changes. The precision of the new movie adder is going to keep me busy for days trying to perfect the middle areas of my rankings.

    I owe you guys a huge ‘Thank you’. The site has literally changed the direction of my life over the past 8 months and it’s great to see so many other people catching on to it.

  2. JRM says:

    Every single new feature is perfect and will greatly enhance the flickcharting experience. I’ve been a part of this site for quite a while and I think I’ll be sticking around for a long, long, long time.

  3. Kudos. By Title figures to be especially useful in terms of coming up with a definitive list … as if that were ever possible!

    Keep up the good work, and thanks for providing us this amazing service totally for FREE! Oops, don’t let me give you any ideas about adding a fee structure … ;-)

  4. johnmason says:

    My God…

    …Could Flickchart now be just about PERFECT…?

  5. FitFortDanga says:

    I really like the new changes. Just one thing… it seems like the “Newest Films Added to Flickchart” chart is wrong. I’m seeing a lot of films I ranked a long time ago.

  6. Nathan Chase says:

    @FitFortDanga – Ah, good catch. We’ll add it to our bugs list. Thanks for reporting it!

    Thanks everyone for your kind words. We’re glad you’re enjoying the new features.

  7. Travis McClain says:

    You know what I personally appreciate most about all these site improvements? They don’t interfere with the original premise at all. Other sites “evolve” to the point that they lose sight of their original appeal, but that hasn’t been the case here whatsoever. A Flickcharter could never visit the blog (a shame), never care about watching trailers or ordering posters, and be entirely uninterested in filtering at all…and can just keep ranking movies. Kudos for keeping these delightful additions from overshadowing the heart of the site.

  8. Theis says:

    Great new features.

    I’ve discovered some bugs:

    There seems to be a problem with the dating of the comments – they are all dated 9 days, 15 hours ago – eg.

    http://www.flickchart.com/discussion/A60242B39E/vs/74B77CE0BC

    When ranking movies, the column on the right hand side displays the same percentage for both “x,x % have seen it” and “wins x,x % of the time”.

  9. Nathan Chase says:

    Theis,

    Thanks for letting us know about the bugs. The right column values are fixed now.

    Still looking into the comment timestamps.

  10. Jordan117 says:

    Yay, this is great! Especially since two of the features (franchises and better re-ranking) were things I’ve been wanting enough to actually request on GetSatisfaction. I can’t wait for the maintenance to be finished so I can give it a whirl!

  11. Tack Angel says:

    Thanks for having “Kamen Rider” as one of the few franchises chosen for the “Rank by Franchise” filter.