Scott Hardie | April 4, 2002
I noticed that most of us aren't updating our weblogs these days - myself, Anna, Ed, Daniel. The only person I see still making regular updates is Dan Donovan. I can't speak for anybody else, but in my case it's just writer's block. I don't have much to say. The past few days were spent doing homework and playing my new GameCube. Not much going on. I have two more entries to put up, but they're both links. I'll say something when I've got something to say.

Anna Gregoline | April 5, 2002
It's because no one is posting that I'm feeling burnt out. Where did our community go, man?!? I need creative juices.

D. R. | April 5, 2002
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