If these jiggly bottles look familiar, it may be that you saw them when redbankgreen debuted, one year ago today. Or perhaps you came across them while dumpster-diving our archive sometime afterward. (Hey, it’s perfectly sanitary, and a diverting way to spend a couple of hours, we’re told. Grab a cup of coffee and plunge in, if you haven’t tried it.)
The bottles illustrated our stated goal of shaking things up a bit by giving people who live in, work in and visit our corner of the Jersey Shore a different take on what matters, news and feature-wise.
The idea was more focus on people in our town and area, combined with insightful reporting, conversational writing and luscious visuals in a publication that doesn’t view the Internet as an afterthought, but as the medium that matters most for what we’re doing. Which is why, for example, there are so many links in our stories so you always have the option to go one level deeper into a topic.
It’s also why the bottles jiggle: because they can.