|From:||"Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>|
|Subject:||[FAQ] List of Atlas Submissions|
|Date:||Thu, 21 Apr 1994 00:22:06 -0500|
Tyneside in 2055
Hey Rob I need an author id thingy as well. As to when you'll get the atlas
it should be early July, before then I have finals and stuff not enough time
to work on it properly and make a good job of it.
I plan to include a few gifs as well of famous landmarks etc, what's the plan
for these ? Dump them on teetot ?
My friends and I have several pages of information that we have developed
on Fayetteville, AR and the surounding area. Included in this are
Fayetteville and the cities it has swallowed, two major corporations, and
the University of Arkansas. Pending their approval and cooperation we will
make some modifications/additions and submit it to NERPS.
Tulsa, Ok of the 21st century has become the capital of UCAS Oklahoma.
Unlike the capital of the original Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Tulsa
voted overwhelmingly to stay with UCAS during its split in 2036.
Grounded in its early 20th century history as "Oil Capitol of the
World" (A moniker given it by the US government largely as a
propaganda move against foreign oil interests), Tulsa has become one
of UCAS' foremost producers and research centers in fuel technology,
ranging from the classic fossil fuels to the "earth-friendly" fuel
sources such as geothermal and solar energy, and even into the field
of nuclear energy. Towards this end Tulsa maintains the University of
Oklahoma, UCAS, (formerly the University of Tulsa) unequalled in most
of North America in fuel research. Tulsa is also the home to some of
the southern UCAS' most religiously fundamentalist policlubs, and a
strong Native American influence as well. Writeup includes outlying
suburbs and some more rural sections of Northeastern Oklahoma.
Sourcefile for Pittsburgh, PA. This could be broken up amongst many
people in the area......we could each take suburbs and do whole
sections on those.
Federal DeeCee (extended)
Eric Trager and I discussed this earlier, so hopefully he
won't mind my jumping the gun with this proposal.
We looked through Paul Hume's FDC write-up in the
Neo-Anarchists' Guide to North America, and found that though it
was extensive and a lot of fun to read, the description of
Montgomery County, Maryland (the area we know best) sounds almost
exactly like Mont. Co. was when the book was published. Things
have changed some in the intervening years, and I have a pretty
good idea what direction everything's headed for, up to about
2010. After that, everything will be pure speculation.
What we'd like to try to do is not replace the existing FASA
description, but to update and add to the portions we know.
>>>>>[ Yeah, the lowdown on DeeCee ain't far off, but it
ain't all there, neither. Now, chums. let me and my
buddy here tell you what life is really like in
Rockville and Silver Spring . . . ]<<<<<
-The Sligo Shark (04-18-54/01:23:15)
Duluth is an inland seaport located in north-east Minnesota. With a 2055
population of around 125,000 (plus 45,000 in Superior), it boasts an
excellent center of economic and cultural enrichment. In addition,
surrounding American Indian populations have helped to turn this city
into a center of magical study. Boasts three universities, an
international airport, manufacturing and a seaport/rail center. Will
also include a writeup on the city of Superior, WI, which is right
across the bay from Duluth.
Thu Apr 21 00:22:03 CDT 1994