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Entries from August 26th, 2002

Omitted from history

August 26th, 2002 · Comments Off on Omitted from history · Uncategorized

Raph Koster has an interesting timeline of online game worlds. Note that Sissyfight 2000 is on his list, and Clan Lord is not. Draw your own conclusions. Another fine link from Doc.

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Secrets and blogs

August 23rd, 2002 · Comments Off on Secrets and blogs · Uncategorized

At the last Blog Meetup, it was clear that some of those relatively new to blogging will still reveling in that feeling of uninhibited expression. The delightful Tom of Monsters from the ID, who was at the Meetup, had some wise words on this. At the risk of beating a dead horse, I’ll just say […]

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Sharing the collar

August 22nd, 2002 · Comments Off on Sharing the collar · Uncategorized

There’s subtle ways getting a dog has impact my life. One unintended consequence is less kink. Or rather more difficult kink. Do not be frightened. The dog is not involved in our kink. Let’s just not go there. What has happened is Conny View definition in a new window and I have lost half our SM View definition in a new window play space. While there’s quite […]

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Meet ’em, greet ’em

August 21st, 2002 · Comments Off on Meet ’em, greet ’em · Uncategorized

Meetup is a good thing. Met more great people, and a good time was had by all. I tried to snag the names and addresses of the people there, but I know I missed people, and I apologize in advance for the incomplete nature of the list. If I missed you, or wrote down the […]

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Press the flesh

August 20th, 2002 · Comments Off on Press the flesh · Uncategorized

Weblogger Conny View definition in a new window and I will make our appearance at the monthly Blog Meetup being held at the Half King Bar tomorrow night. We had a good time at the last one, so why not? In this city, it’s always good to look for excuses to get out and meet people. The only unfortunate thing to […]

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