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This LiveJournal thingy.

Well, this looked interesting, so I decided to join up and make something to sorta let folks know what I'm doing on my various projects. Who knows if I'll keep it up to date. I have a tendency to forget odd low priority dealies like this. Oh well. I guess time will tell.


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Mar. 25th, 2001 06:44 pm (UTC)
your site
Just to say I really appreciate your site and hope that despite the upheaval at your work you'll still be able to keep it up. I especially like Free Fall, Felicia, Journey to the West, and of course Sabrina Online, but I also like to browse around. Your thorough and easy-to-use layout makes this very enjoyable. I'm so glad I found this place!
Hugh McKnight
Mar. 29th, 2001 06:19 pm (UTC)
Re: your site
Luckily, the Belfry comics index is easy to maintain, for the most part. While I can't, and don't read all the comics listed there, there are lots of helpful folks who point out changes and errors. Once I know some data needs changing, it's pretty simple for me to make the changes now. It's just a matter of a couple hours, once or twice a week, to maintain it.
New entries get submitted to me constantly, so I don't have to spend all my time searching out the new comics. The site is now more or less community supported. I just moderate it.
Apr. 2nd, 2001 08:38 pm (UTC)
Greetings to the Dark Sister...

The last person I ever expected to see here was you...

Welcome. Perhaps this might be a slightly more regular method of keeping in touch...

...or perhaps not. I have also found my entries to be a low priority of late.

In any case, greetings to your bloodsister and your sh'nei. My work on the account continues albeit slowly - as you might have noticed from the recent email - but it does continue.

Doubtless I shall see thee later.

Good flight and bright stars to you milady,

Raphael HR Yervantian
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