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October 17, 2003
Our Mission Statement!

Exploring the Hieroglyphics of Our Time.

What does it mean? It means trying to make sense of the crazy world we live in!
It means wandering into the crypts of opposing points of view, knowing damned well that there is a curse, and more often than not that if the scorpions don't get ya, the scarab beetles will.
It means trying to understand and gain knowledge from what was, what is and what will be... And it means being the scribe for future generations.

Posted by David A at October 17, 2003 08:06 PM
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Hi David,

Yours was one of the first decent sites to link to , so I wanted to let you know what we've been up to over the last few months: if you go to the site right now, you'll see that we've overhauled it - in response to feedback and to give it a look and operability that is worthy of all the publicity we've had since we launched.

With this new version, we are asking for some donations or purchases, since our traffic isn't yet high enough yet to sustain us through advertising - although we remain determined to get there before long. Would you mention our upgrade with a small entry on your site?

We're continuing to attract attention from important places. Last week we made it to the news list of the Library of Congress. They have only nine online "current news sources" there, so it was a nice moment. We've also started to see our site become the subject of classes in politics and journalism at various universities, so the fully accessible archives on the new version are coming at just the right time.

I hope all is well with you.

Best wishes, and thanks.

Robin Koerner

Posted by: Robin Koerner at November 17, 2005 06:34 PM

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