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Message no. 1
From: Steadfast <laughingman@*******.DE>
Subject: FASA Updated Webpage a bit
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 12:49:30 +0100
FASA has updated the following SR sections:
Catalog (as far as I followed)
What's new? (Release Schedule)
- out now: Renraku Arcology: Shutdown
Anyone that has that need thing already?
BTW, the screen (according to FASA) will hit the shelfs in November (but
November then goes till 30.11. ;o))
I posted it for the ones without Web access on the list.
The others havn't by now, hopefully they will put on some Errata and stuff soon
on it.
---> Steadfast...Selfproclaimed Protector ofGerber BABY's
Surfin' through the 'trix is
not like dustin crops boy!
Uh, 089 of 200 it states in Gerber BABY...
Message no. 2
From: Gurth <gurth@******.NL>
Subject: Re: FASA Updated Webpage a bit
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 1998 11:13:02 +0100
According to Steadfast, at 12:49 on 28 Oct 98, the word on the street was...

> The others havn't by now, hopefully they will put on some Errata and stuff soon
> on it.

Apparently one of the reasons FASA's web page wasn't updated in a long
time was because FASA sent stuff for the page to the web design company,
and it never appeared. This turned out to be in part due to some kind of
computer crash at that web design company, I believe.

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