http://www.geocities.com/Area51/6112 is still up, but probably won't be a Shadowrun site for long. I'm unsure what to do with it, as I have almost no space left there. I may just close the account with Geocities. Until I do, the page is still accessible, but it will NOT be updated.
New stuff on the page: Not much yet. I've started the Undernet #Shadowrun FAQ, and well, if you want to find out, just go read the What's new on the page. No need to repeat it all here.
The Shadowrun Supplemental is due out on the 15th of November, for those whom are intersted.. :) (I should hear a chorus of about 400 people say "Yes!!" right about now..) And, in other news, I've managed to twist some courses around at school, and I'm getting 5 credits (Equivelant of a full years class), for producing TSS and my website.. :)
> As anyone who's hit my web page in the last.. 6 minutes knows, the actual > URL of my web page has moved too: http://www.interware.it/users/adamj > now i wonder where i've seen that server name before :) [should be very familiar to a lot of folks]
> The Shadowrun Supplemental is due out on the 15th of November, for those > whom are intersted.. :) (I should hear a chorus of about 400 people say > "Yes!!" right about now..) you want that much OT posting! wow :), mind 400 such posts might break the lists 'one day' posting record (but not by much)
> And, in other news, I've managed to twist some courses around at school, > and I'm getting 5 credits (Equivelant of a full years class), for producing > TSS and my website.. :) > That sound down right sneaky .. (suitable expletive trimmed)
[oh do update your sig, i think i just trimmed one containing your old web site address]
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