[Nagnagnag] New Kirk Release

Pat Slade pslade99 at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 8 10:20:22 EST 2003

Hey Nic and all,

If it wasn't for brainwashed and the naglist, none of us would be here :-)  
When I had the opportunity to moderate the cab club over at yahoo, I jumped 
at the chance because I thought it would be fun.  And it has been.  Being 
involved with the naglist and the cab club has led to me making many online 
friends, and even better, I've had the oportunity to meet many of my fellow 
fans!  I like to think I've met the most fellow cabbers!  Hey, I need some 
kind of claim to fame ;-)

Thanks for the mention of thegreedyeye.com, but Colin does all the work for 
that one.

Also, I've been involved with some other fan groups, and all I can say is:  
Cab fans are the best...and the most sane!


>From: nic <nic at uklinux.net>
>Reply-To: nagnagnag at hollyfeld.org
>To: nagnagnag at hollyfeld.org
>Subject: Re: [Nagnagnag] New Kirk Release
>Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 13:58:20 +0000
>On Mon, 2003-12-08 at 06:17, Jon Whitney wrote:
> > well, it's not forgotten - the one at brainwashed pretty much is nic's
> > site, just, evolved...
> >
> > it was him who made the move from the old url to brainwashed when he
> > graduated i believe...
>In the interest of universal love, I'd like to say that the
>moonfruit.com (www.thegreedyeye.com) hosted sites do look really good
>and keep the news up to date better.
>The brainwashed CV site historically goes back to Mark Kolmar and I both
>creating HTML discographies for CV, and I put both up on my Uni account
>under a really long URL along with every other CV image, etc. I could
>find on the web. Neither of our discographies were based on Vidar's as
>we didn't find it (there were _no_ search engines when we started). I
>dropped my version of the discography after a while.
>I believe Mark contacted Jon, and since then we've been a part of
>Brainwashed. Ty tarted up the whole site to give you what you have now,
>and Jon did loads of scans and prototyped some looks for the site.
>Yep, we've dropped the ball a bit. I'll admit it. But both sites are
>valuable resources for CV fans the world over. The more CV the better.
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