Last Month

February 01, 2001

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February 02, 2001

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February 03, 2001

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February 04, 2001

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February 05, 2001

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February 06, 2001

Happy Birthday, Demeter!

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February 07, 2001

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February 08, 2001

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February 09, 2001

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February 10, 2001

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February 11, 2001

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February 12, 2001

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February 13, 2001

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February 14, 2001

Loved:

  • General amnesty for all the evil caraway seeds of the nodegel.
  • Happy Valentines Day.
  • Stop doing that with your finger.

February 15, 2001

Back to the slaughterhouse...
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February 16, 2001

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February 17, 2001

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February 18, 2001

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February 19, 2001

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February 20, 2001

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February 21, 2001

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February 22, 2001

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For some reason Everything2 has page refreshes that required 1-2 minutes each, which made it impossible (and frustrating!) for me to random-search through my usual 300-400 nodes. We'll try back at night to see if things have improved...

February 23, 2001

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February 24, 2001

None Killed, system slowed again.

February 25, 2001

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February 26-27, 2001

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February 28, 2001

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This month's casualty list:

Feb 2:

Feb 3

Feb 4

Feb 5

Feb 6

  • Amnesty for my birthday Only requested nukes.

Feb 7


A platoon of E1 cannon-fodder

Mentioned in despatches:

  • Literary Criticism by Lometa. Well researched and written, and very informative.
  • Blessed K9 for his work in translating Das Kapital

Obviously, I'll add to this as the month goes on, so check back. Any queries or comments, please /msg me.
Any wus apparently still living languish on Node Row.

I've probably killed upwards of five hundred writeups in the past few weeks, none of which had had effort put into them sufficient to warrant me putting effort into justifying the kill.

MY FIRST KILL!

Call me the timid editor. I don't want to delete a writeup unless there is no way at all it can be saved.
Well, I (finally) found one!

Editor Log: February 5, 2001

"shiat" (thing) by "mop"
Not only is the writeup pointless ("I wonder??"), the user hasn't even been on E2, and it is their only writeup. (So a user nuke may be a good idea, also...)

Editor Log: February 8, 2001

"Kingston" by "Webster 1913"
made it not all bold

Comments welcome.

Editor Log: February 7, 2001

Editor Log: February 25, 2001
  • Killed Kerberos by Harry: "A security protocol developed at MIT." (Never logged in, made redundant by other writeups.)
Editor Log: Freburay 26, 2001

Notice how I do it by month. This makes it easier to find why your writeup was killed if you don't know the exact date, and it only gets me one writeup per month. No NFN for me!

January - [1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 20 - 21 - 22 - 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 - 28] - March

Today, 22/2/2001 (a nice date, eh ?), I was made an Everything Editor. I will try to be nice.

And this is my 666th writeup ! Coincidence ? I think not.

Somewhat contradictorily, I just killed Glass Bead Game by scytale. The WU was very short, redundant, no links, no thought, no info, no right to live.

ed cooled Arecibo photogrammetry survey: reshaping the dish. Tasty subject.

Mon Feb 26 10:05:20 CST 2001


I live in terror of overdeleting.

Mon Feb 26 20:54:41 CST 2001


I will not be online for some days. msg me if necess

Wed Mar 7 23:50:26 CST 2001


It is not that I hate jazz, mind you. There is a smashing penguoin writeup on the subject.
Have you noticed trondgs' excellent writeups on electronics ? He is the very model of a useful factual noder !
I am now a content editor. This means that to the tire iron of editorial justice, the morphine overdose of mercy kill has been added. It also means I can be cheaply hired for wholesale node-bloodbaths ! I accept delation for deletion ... msg me candidates for culling.
Notice that I am not a Windows user nor endorser. I use Linux. And I would like the level of debate to go UP

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