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Jollyroger.com plays host to the world's largest classical community. On a busy day, over 40,000 people sail on by to read articles and participate in forums pertaining to the Great Books, classical music, traditional poetry, the Amercian founding, current events, and history. The classics draw an upscale, well-educated demographic, which is characterized below. Publications ranging from The New York Times to the LA Times have spoken fondly of jollyroger.com, and some reviews may be perused here.
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The Jolly Roger
Flagship publication of jollyroger.com and the gen-x renaissance, with over 30,000 subscribers. Delivering the original poetry and prose of the Three Sonneteers.
Kill Devil Hill
Hundreds of forums and live chats centered about the Great Books and the Great Outdoors. Home port of the WWW's original "Poem of the Day."
Western Canon University
Articles and forums devoted to the Great Books of the Western Canon.
Starbuck Classical Poetry Port
Where rhyming, metered poetry and the traditional poets reign supreme.
The Federalist Navy
Where American History and the spirit of the American Founding come to life. Sign up for the Founding Fathers' daily quotes.
Hangout in Chapel Hill, NC, devoted to the classics. A great place to talk about classical music, art, and architecture.
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The Carolina Navy
Thousands of discussion forums pertaining to all the greatest artistic and intellectual endeavors, and Captain Becket's eloquent call to arms.
Captain Drake's tribute to Great American Literature, from Melville, to Emerson, to Thoreau, to Frost, to Hawthorne, to Dickinson, to Whitman.
Free web space where you may create a page and submit it to Hatteras for possible inclusion in our scholarly quarterly.
Jollyroger.com DemographicsThe jollyroger.com websites attract a highly-educated demographic, with 47% of the site's sailors being college graduates, and 45% of the audience being in college.
51% of our audience are male and 49% are female.
21% of sailors to our sites either hold or are currently pursuing graduate or professional degrees.
66% of visitors are currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate progams.
Age % Under 18 13% 18-24 40% 25-34 31% 35-44 12% 55+ 3%
76% sail forth from households with > 30K incomes.
51% come from households with > 45K incomes.
37% come from households with > 60K incomes.
35% say they have purchased someting off the net.
63% said they'd recommend the Classicals & jollyroger.com sites to a friend
66% said they have bookmarked our sites.
46% of sailors report they have printed out pages.
29% said they have clicked on an advertiser's banner.
79% sail forth from the United States.
The Jolly Roger is currently the world's largest literary journal, with over 30,000 subscribers signed aboard the monthly mailing list. Also affiliated with our site is the World's Largest Literary Cafe at killdevilhill.com and Western Canon University at westerncanon.com. In December '97 we were branded "simply unprecedented" in a cool New York Times article, in which they also said:KillDevilHill.Com and two related sites -- Western Canon University and The Jolly Roger, two avowed pro-Western canon communities that make little room for modern literature -- teem with discussion, the kind that goes well beyond freshman lit 101. On the Mark Twain discussion board, a visitor wonders aloud about the "aspects of nature" in the Royal Nonesuch performance in Huckleberry Finn. There are arguments over William Shakespeare's childhood in the Shakespearean section. Over on the Herman Melville board, posters discuss Ahab's use of the sea chart as a controlling mechanism and Ishmael's artistic nature. --NYT Cybertimes, 12/5/97The combined sites serve over 6,000,000 page views a month. AOL recently described The Jolly Roger in the following manner:The Jolly Roger: Go here. Do not pass go. Whatever your tastes or politics, it's tough not to enjoy this smart-alecky, skillfully written and provocative online magazine. Literary, generational and plain-old politics take it on the chin from this threesome.Although we fly the flag of the Generation-X Renaissance, we're a favorite literary locale for bibliophiles and lovers of literature of all ages. From our Virtual Shakespearean Greeting Cards to The Poem of The Day to BeaconRay's Great Books Bookstore to The World's Largest Literary Frigate, to the Kill Devil Hill Literary Cafe, to a Great Books university, people enjoy hours at a time on our nautical sites, as they're exalted and entertained.
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