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Talk page created. I also updated, rearranged, and cleaned up the "Future appearances and projects" section. -Rhainor 21:07, 8 March 2008 (UTC)

Internal Server Error[edit]

I'm wondering if anyone knows what happened to the site because I'm getting an internal server error. The latest entry in Clawcast's FurAffinity blog is over 3 months ago, so I have no clue what's going on. Scrayn 19:39, 10 October 2008 (UTC)

Clawcast has disintegrated?[edit]

I stumbled upon this forum post, so I did a quick check. From

18:43 -!- #clawcast 18 [+ntrf] NEWS: #anthropod is open for chat, fuzzy lads and ladies. | Clawcast: The 
          premier call-in podcast covering all things furry. | Channel currently under deconstruction (see 
          news). | NOTE: #anthropod is a MODERATED CHANNEL. Contact an OP for voice.


18:43 -!- #anthropod 27 [+ntrTfj] NEKKED WEDNESDAY TIME! | Welcome to #anthropod! This will be the new home 
          of all of the listeners of Flain's new Podcast (Anthropod, obviously). It can be found at 
  | This is a MODERATED CHANNEL. If you want a voice to speak, just 
          message an operator!

The listed URL currently just brings up a simple stub page. Well? I don't really have the time to write anything right now. —bersl2 01:12, 20 November 2008 (UTC)

Well, that's more information than we had a while ago. It seems unfortunate that it would come to a split (which is what it looks like on the surface, at least). We shall see what this new Anthropodcast has to offer. –Scrayn 02:20, 20 November 2008 (UTC)
  • And now, the more official word is being disseminated:
    “Clawcast is on official hiatus. Also I have elected to hand over the show to Zim and Puc. During the time of Clawcast I always had wishes to do a show that was a return to some of the fundamentals of Clawcast that I feel over time the show strayed away from. Utilizing some great talent, I am working on a new endeavor which I hope allows members of the fandom the ability to project their options (sic?).”
    Also, in a complete non sequitur, everytime I see "Anthropod(cast)", I actually read "Arthropod(cast)". —bersl2 09:57, 20 November 2008 (UTC)

Clawcast 2.0[edit]

Anyone have any clues? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) 22:30, 9 June 2010 (UTC)