Scott Hardie | November 5, 2001
It's not going to happen, but I had considered doing a Secret Santa exchange this year between my friends. Set up four levels of dollar amounts ($0-10, $10-20, $20-30, $30+) and let each participant choose a level, then randomly assign Secret Santas within each level. It would be a neat way to get my friends involved in something new, but there would be a lot of deadbeats, and after WPS3 crashing and burning, I really don't want to get involved in something like that right now. I don't think I'll be doing any new friend-interactive things until next February when I do my annual Oscars contest. Any comments on the Secret Santa thing? Was I wrong to give up on it?


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