I wish I knew more about what Thumbdance is supposed to turn into. I guess I could ask Elaine, who seems to be behind this, but I've been avoiding talking about it with her while this competition was open. I signed up for Thumbdance email updates, so I guess I'll find out, even if I'm too shy or lazy to lean over at the bar (one of my sites!) and talk to her.
Hey, another thing I wanted to mention at some point... RealNetwork's support site, which I designed and (mostly) built, now has a customer forum. Since I glanced at this I'm feeling a little guilty that there's a question or three there that I could answer, but I'm going to stubbornly pass until I'm extremely bored, which never happens.
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i think it's funny they replaced you with a tool. :)
Posted by: Jason | Apr 1, 2005 1:13:30 PM
Not really, m'man.
Posted by: Robby | Apr 2, 2005 1:22:44 AM
technically, Rob replaced ME with a tool.
im sure the tool has a better attitude.
Posted by: jameskitty | Apr 2, 2005 10:03:58 AM
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