So Spiral gamely suggested hosting the site in the ihobo webspace. Luckily the huge amount of traffic this site generates will only serve to enhance the ihobo page-hit stats.
Seeing as the site has changed so little, I throw open the doors to everyone to send stuff they would like to see on the site. The address remains the same: email@example.com. Of course, I have done this before and received nothing, so I am fully prepared...
With the demise of the Tropist email group, some Monks handing in their Monkiness, and d8mers becoming rare, maybe parts of this site need removing. Or maybe the whole site needs to go. Let's see if anything but the Guestbook sees any action.
Of course, there is a very small chance it will happen, plus they might not want to get back in touch with you anyway... Who cares :-).
As usual, petitions for things to appear in the Downloads or any other section (Thanks Cpt Whimsy, your sub will appear shortly), to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the way, I'll use this space to make a shout out to my programming partner, Count Bob (one), without whom, I wouldn't have re-written the program, made it harder to understand, but ultimately made adding festivals *extremely* easy, which is pretty cool. Cheers mate. I think that's all, thanks for the award, I'll be off back to my table...
But it just goes to show how much it means to us that you visit. We count every single one of you, and wish we could charge an entrance fee. MWA haha.
This article may well move to the d8mer section at a later date, but for now it resides in the Rogue's Gallery.
By the way, does anyone know if the non-human monks have access to the internet? It seems a shame that they don't get to enjoy this as much as the rest of us (well me at least...).
At present the excitement extends only as far as changing the Status Bar on your browser when the mouse is over the menu items to the left. (The Status Bar is the grey bar along the bottom of the screen, above the task bar). I don't think you can turn it off in Netscape Navigator, but if you use Internet Explorer, you can set the Status Bar by clicking on View and then Status Bar. Hopefully your webmaster will extend this wonder as his knowledge increases (but don't count on it ;-)
As always, email me with anything you would like to see here.