Welcome to our TLE research blog.
The lost Experience is an ARG (alternate reality game) that was created by the producers of Lost and ABC. I guess the main reason is that they could see that it would appeal to a lot of Lost fans and would have the promise of answering a lot of the Lost series questions that come up (and there are so many of them). As well as being a heck of an experience in itself. A much better (and official) idea of this can be found on an article that was linked to by admin from the main blog. http://www.ew.com/ew/report/0,6115,1204629_3_0_,00.html
It is because of the fact that just following the clues to the game is not enough to give us the "full picture" of what is going on that this seperate research blog exists. The administrators of the main blog have chosen the most dedicated followers of the game and indeed this blog to combine as a team to achieve the most encompassing information available. Allowing you all to fully appreciate the mechanics/background of The Lost Experience as well as the Lost series itself. If it is the clues you want to know about then the main clues blog is the place for that. This place takes you beyond the clues.
Most of this thing working is relying on you dedicated readers to comment on what you see here. This will allow us researchers to fill in blanks and things missed and get as full a picture as possible.
Please keep your comments relevant to the sections you are commenting in as this will make it a lot easier to get meaning from them all.
The last section of this blog is designed to help with some of the more technical issues of the game including some tools/techniques to crack the clues in the game so that you too can experience first hand the buzz you get from solving it on your own. (I know, I got one (not first but I got it on my own before reading posts) and it feels ace). Click here to save scrolling down.
A big THANKYOU to you all for all your contributions; hope you really enjoy the experience even more with the help of your very friendly and very helpful researchers.
The Research Team. (TRT)