Over Labor Day Weekend, our repository server gained sentience and walked away.

It's back and said it just went for a walkabout and didn't mean to cause any distress. What is interesting though, is it will neither confirm nor deny the existence of these "motorheads" we've heard about.

Thank you all for your concern, and batteries.

The motherboard manufacturer sent a replacement part and we have put the repository server back together. We are back up and running and will now continue our regularly scheduled programming. (please pardon the pun)

Cape Chasers

For those seeking information on the super powered, Cape Chasers remains the go-to site of choice by many.

Since its founding in 2004, Cape Chasers has grown to become the largest repository of titan knowledge around the world. Its public aims and goals are to deliver accurate information on the super-powered community around the world. To date, it has well over 500,000 entries. The site is run primarily by a dedicated group of editors going over the user created material, many of which are former titans themselves.

The site has been accused several times of indulging in conspiracy theories and rumors. This was highlighted in 2012, when the website began circulating a claim that the CEO of Tyrosine Corporation was being controlled by a superintelligent, clockwork computer. Since then, the rumors have been clearly marked as such, and the editorial staff pledge that they are far more vigilant today in dismissing conspiracy theories uploaded by others.