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Kai - Le Kommunique:
GDC journal (last updated at 1:32 PST) - (2001-03-21)

Tony - Digital Garbage:
Snow Rocks - (2001-03-07)

Dan - The Word:
Chicken Scratches - (2001-05-23)

Jason - The Gospel According To Bigfoot:
What's In A Name? - (2001-06-27)

Guest - Jared Goldberg:
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Testing games for Nintendo
(2001-06-07 - fun for profit)
Samba De Amigo
(2001-03-13 - video game)
Silent Hill
(2001-03-11 - video game)

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Hight Tide in Savannah GA!
(2001-03-16 - Frisbe Tourny)
Snow Sphinx!
(2001-03-05 - Snow Mayhem)
Karaoke! @ Ichiban
(2001-02-25 - Silliness)

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Home For Summer
(2001-07-01 - Break Time!)
Running Amuck in Europe
(2001-06-09 - Fear for Europe)
Snatch
(2001-05-31 - DVD)

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Back Home For A Week
(2001-06-29 - slacking off)
Internship at DC Comics
(2001-06-28 - unpaid job)
Moving To NY For The Summer
(2001-06-03 - scary as heck)

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July 02, 2001

Good day folks. I have returned to Eastern time. It is good to be home. Unfortunately, I'm writing this on my laptop, which is just about to run out of juice (it seems the OS X beta on my desktop has expired, and the OS 9 installation on it has no dialup capability right now). It's also 12:24AM...for me...5:24AM, though it hasn't kicked in yet. I don't know what there is right now, but I will fill you in on more tomorrow. When I'm adjusted. And sane.

Well, adjusted anyway.



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