Last Updated: July 3, 1997 at 11:00 PM CDT
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Important Update Note- I'm moved, settling in, and ready to take on this
monstrosity of a web site. It took me over two weeks to update the site, so
in return for the faithful browsers, a gift: Daily Updates through July 16th!
I figure if I force myself to work on this thing every day, I just might get
More Changes on the Way- The site is now completely out of control. Too
much information. Nobody wants to wade through 100KB of FAQ listings to find
the one they want (including me). Look for some big interface improvements soon,
If you have any suggestions for the site, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
with your ideas!
- Easier navigation to system pages
- Game-list pages with separate pages for each game
- Expanded company/author pages
- More game information (descriptions, external links)
FAQ Authors Take Note- I know, I know, I've been meaning to send out the
next set of invitations for the author page for quite some time now, but I haven't
gotten to it yet. However, I am now inviting you to beat me to the punch. If you
have any files on this site, and you want to have your own place in the sun on the
Author Recognition Page, just send me what you wish to have included in your listing:
The FAQs you have on the site will be automatically filled in for you.
- Your Name and/or Nickname
- Your e-mail address
- Your web page address
- A short but sweet quote of your choice
Thank You All! Also, I've been horrible about sending out "Thank You" notes
recently, so I want to give a great big "Thanks" to everyone who has contributed
to the site! It's the hard work of these individuals that make this site possible-
I'm just the only one crazy enough to organize it. Extra thanks go out to: Rassilon
(Sega Sages), haroldr (Jim), Cory Bruner, Darklancer, John Culbert, and John Lacano,
who go the extra mile on a regular basis for the site!
"How do I submit a FAQ?" This is becoming one of the most frequently
asked questions, so here's a brief rundown:
That's it! I'll be putting up a full page with guidelines, tips, and ideas soon...
- Try to keep the file in text format, 80 chars per line maximum. If you
want to compose in a word processor, that's great, but don't try to
format the FAQ with tabs or other tricks.
- Mail the FAQ to email@example.com, either as the text of the message
or as a MIME attachment.
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