Need for speed

Welcome to the stage of history...

Friday, September 5, 2003 | 01:05 AM | by
You didn't think I'd leave you without a comic today, did you?

I have some really good news for everyone that ordered a shirt... I got them yesterday. A lot sooner than I expected, so if all goes according to plan I'll be shipping them next week. If you pre-ordered, you should have them soon. They came out great.

Slackerz has returned from a rather long hiatus with a new design. It would be peachy-keen if you went over and said hi with a nice click on their blue vote button.

Soul Calibur 2 continues to occupy the time inbetween work. I take frequent short breaks from my work on the site and many projects, and Soul Calibur is always there waiting.

There is a Homeworld 2 demo available for download at Fileplanet. Now, I know I'll get a lot of crap for this, but I personally have never played a Homeworld game. I know you all think that all I do is sit around and play video games all day, but in reality I don't have a lot of time for gaming, and this is one of the many games that has slipped through the cracks. However I have downloaded this demo, and will be giving it a thorough testing in the near future.

Hope you're all having fun in school. Hehe.


Man down!

Saturday, September 6, 2003 | 01:28 AM | by
My friend Sam Logan from Sam and Fuzzy has recently gone into surgery for appendicitis.

Let's all give him our best wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery.


Saturday, September 6, 2003 | 06:42 PM | by
Sam is home and recovering. He thanks you for all of your support.

That's all she wrote

Monday, September 8, 2003 | 02:50 AM | by
Oh sure, there's a new comic up. You should be used to that by now.

But the big news is the spiffy Jedi Academy demo. I recommend you all go download it. No one will like you if you don't. Honest.

I spent literally half of yesterday creating and printing shipping invoices and labels for everyone who ordered shirts. But I managed to get them done, and now have a very large stack of them waiting for the envelopes to arrive. As soon as I get them (this week) all I have to do is spend a day packaging everything and the shirts will be in the mail and on the way to their new homes.