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jack nagel
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« on: 12-20-2000 23:22 »

i *hope* you all remember me.  if not this may ring a bell: the futurama web, chapek9.com.  my not-so-recent disappearance may have left you curious...

i shut down tfw because i had no time to work on the site.  college, sports, girlfriend, and my job kind of take up time... i didn't want to be one of those sad people who spend all day on the computer.  i wanted a life...  and i have one.  i managed to find time to start a new website, zeen-news.com.  don't ask about the name, just wait until it opens... but it has absolutely nothing to do with futurama.

so, i am thinking about donating some content to some select sites that i think are worthy of it... in return for a link to zeen-news.com.

remember, this is a maybe.  i may return to the futurama community someday, who knows? *wink wink*

nice knowing you.
elfman
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« Reply #1 on: 12-21-2000 01:24 »

I have never seen your site, but it sounds good..

Good luck in finding a donatee (sp?)

and hope you come back...



[This message has been edited by elfman (edited December 21, 2000).]
slimmyCGEF

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« Reply #2 on: 12-22-2000 12:24 »

we might be interested in some of your content... I don't want to see all that good stuff go to waste like what happened to Futurama Source back in the old days...
Dave

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« Reply #3 on: 12-22-2000 13:00 »

If you have any romance-orientated content (includes fanart of romantic scenes etc) what better place for it then Love's Labors Lost in Cyberspace?  http://love.killbots.com  =)

btw i said it before and i said it again - having a website can be a fun hobby, but that should be it for most people. with some good time management a life and a website can co-exist very happily   smile . i think jack will agree

[This message has been edited by Dave (edited December 22, 2000).]
radfield

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« Reply #4 on: 01-02-2001 21:35 »

I'll back that up, any day.


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iliketowankalot

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« Reply #5 on: 01-03-2001 02:24 »

A life and a website can co-exist?
Thats a radical idea.
Is it true all web masters are about 4 foot tall?
Dave

Crustacean
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« Reply #6 on: 01-03-2001 13:18 »

no, i'm 6'6 (six foot six inches - i'm not sure about the notation for writing that) and playing basketball (i'm not gonna let that kinda height go to waste!)

honestly, a bit of timemanagement and there's no problem. plus a website should be one of the lesser priorities of everyday life. One of the least, to be precise, once things are in a kinda routine and you only have to work on it if you submit or improve stuff, with the main infrastructure in place.
The Baz

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« Reply #7 on: 01-03-2001 21:18 »

I'm 6'... don't play basketball though, no height could help balance my extreme lack of skills ;-)
r_hawks

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« Reply #8 on: 01-04-2001 01:31 »

A website can be fun and it'll give you something to do when you've done everything else.
Unfortunatly those without websites think we webmasters have no life, therefore we should have new content twice daily.  Some people really get upset if you don't update when they think you should.
My website is a hobby.  Nothing else.  I don't live for it but I also wouldn't want to let it go.  To those who don't like me, my website or the content of that site I say:
pppppppphhhhhhhhhhhzzzzzzxxxx xxxxxx.
You can translate that any way you like.

R Hawks
Futurama Fan Art
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Crustacean
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« Reply #9 on: 01-04-2001 02:06 »

I'm 4'6 which makes me a giant among Webmasters
Plasma

Delivery Boy
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« Reply #10 on: 01-04-2001 08:54 »

Of course, anything remotely related to Cubert, or basically anything at all which could even be considered Cubert-ish, or even totally non-Cubert, can be contributed to Cubert's Logic Zone ( http://cubert.rebelferret.net )

I really need someone to just contribute some stuff, as it is damn hard to keep a site running on your own, not to mention in the middle of a redesign.

 
Dave

Crustacean
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« Reply #11 on: 01-05-2001 02:46 »

i gotta totally agree with r_hawks

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THE ONE AND ONLY TRUE DAVE
r_hawks

Bending Unit
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« Reply #12 on: 01-05-2001 03:23 »

Not having any new episodes airing doesn't help either.
I suppose, somehow, webmasters are to blame for that too (damn, I'm a grouch).


R Hawks
Futurama Fan Art
Kif

Bending Unit
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« Reply #13 on: 01-19-2001 10:36 »

Grouch? Oh, yeah, you're a grouch!
futurefreak

salutatory committee member
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« Reply #14 on: 01-20-2001 00:11 »

we all get grouchy around here when murdoch decides to pull a fast one on us...  tongue

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