The website will bring together a wide variety of information designed to help people make the right choice next week.
It will include a download of the Wee Blue Book, for anyone who hasn't seen it, together with videos, and as they say, much much more. Check it out.
I'm sure that Alan will advise when the site is up and running.
It will break David Cameron's heart if Scotland decides to leave the union. Or so he told an audience of employees at Standard Life in Edinburgh. Not a single dissenting voice greeted him. It is probably worth noting that Standard Life is Tory through and through, as you can read here in Craig Murray's excellent piece on the makeup of the board of the company.
You have to wonder at the conceit of David Cameron that he thinks that for one split second anyone in Scotland gives a damn for whether or not HE will be heartbroken. I save my sympathies for the victims of his inhuman policies.
We might also like to reflect that his heartbreak will largely caused by his embarrassment at going down in history as the man who not only lost Scotland and possibly his job as prime minister, if his colleagues force him to resign as leader of the Conservative and Unionist party.
Another Munguin reader, BigAlan, has just sent me this picture of a remainder book sale at "Works" in Ayr High Street. It seems that even at this exciting time in our nation's history, Gordon's masterpiece "My Scotland, Our Britain" is proving hard to shift and is being flogged off with a 75% reduction... even at which no one seems at all interested.
I wonder he never called it "My North Britain, Our Britain".