Sunday, February 22
Ok, Dæmonsong episode 109, "Story Time", by Zach Wilson is out. This one's definitely a departure, Dæmonsong's first humorous episode (and yes, it's funny). Be sure to post to the message board when you're done reading, and tell us what you think.

Thursday, February 19
Well, I'm slow, as usual, but Dæmonsong episode 108, "And Dream My Time Away", by Brent P. Newhall is out. Episode 109 should be out this coming Sunday. We're right on schedule, and it looks like we might stay that way. Of course, I have no idea when the DS Tech Bible that I promised will be out...

If you don't already know of it, Slashdot.org is an impressive news site, with "News For Nerds on the Stuff that Matters".

Sunday, February 15
I've been using Opera for a while now, and I finally got around to writing a review. I won't pretend it's a good review, but it's there.

Updated my links and SF&F pages a little.

Sunday, February 8
Episode 107 of Dæmonsong is up. Go. Read. You know the drill. :)

Here's the latest version of The E-mail Checker, a useful mIRC script by Gurney (aka Brent P. Newhall).

Thursday, February 5
I've been watching Babylon 5 since it started running on TNT. It's a great show, and probably the best thing currently on American TV. I recently followed a link from Stephen's Home Page, and found The Lurker's Guide to Babylon 5, which is an excellent site.

Sunday, February 1
I split my older updates into two files, one for 1997, and one for 1998.

If you chat on events.scifi.com, the next several items should be of interest -

Check out Aeinroth. It's a shared world we're working on. It'll be for role playing, writing stories, and just generally messing around in. While it's hard to say whether or not this'll get off the ground, I certainly hope it does. There's a ton of potential there.

Axquat has done a major overhaul of the Official events.scifi.com Dossier. It now loads much faster, and even uses the ICQ instant pager to let you send messages to everyone.

Also, if you haven't been to STL News yet (or in a while) you should take a look. It's even available in RealAudio.