# of watchers: 14
2005-08-01 [Mister Saint]: ^-^ No problem, pookie! Er, Riverstar!
2005-10-13 [Kieli]: Woah... Okie... Big job. Am I just collecting and listing more resources?
2005-10-13 [RiverStar]: Yes, exactly.
2005-10-14 [Kieli]: *pokes around in the wiki and puts them all of watch* Okely dokely! :)
2005-11-16 [Kiddalee]: Wait a second... when you say, "Writing Magazine," do you mean "Literary Magazine"?
2005-11-16 [Font]: That's rather a trivial comment. I would still infer that a writing magazine was related to writing Wouldn’t you?
2005-11-21 [Kiddalee]: "Writing Magazine" implies a magazine about writing, but the traditional use for "Literary Magazine" is a magazine that publishes short literature-the ones you send manuscripts to.
2005-11-21 [Font]: Magazines about writing should be listed too, and it would be pointless having two sections. Perhaps it should say writing and literary.
2005-11-28 [Kieli]: *pops her head in and starts separating that link up into sections*
2006-01-16 [Kiddalee]: Pardon me, but ths page looks rather crowded with a divider in between every single link. They draw my eyes away from the links and detract from the usefulness of this page. Perhaps you should consider just using the first two and the last divider.
2006-01-19 [Font]: How about now?
2006-01-19 [Kiddalee]: It's much better now, though I'm going to check if it wouldn't look better without the first divider as well.
2006-01-19 [Kiddalee]: I like it without the second. What say ye?
2006-01-19 [Font]: I say it looks great :P Change what you want by the way whenever you want :P
2006-11-26 [iippo]: I came across http://commont
2006-11-29 [Child of God]: Any company that uses a service like Gmail or Hotmail for it's services should be suspicious. Used to work for ISP Tech Support and that's the general advice we told people.