What's New And Unreal?
20 May: Hmm, I made a couple other changes so far this year which I forgot:
added Westwind to my robj page, updated the cobwebby
15 November: Yeah, real life marches on, ain't much happening on these
pages, but life's damn good anyway! I chatted with John Carmack at
the PGL finals and wrote up some of what
15 July: Added TWO new bits!
6 May: Wrote relationship essay. Yay!
First new piece of the year!
26 March: Some minor tweaks, removed some broken stuff.
25 August: Updated some of the FAQ. Wrote the Capitalism/Socialism
bit. Uploaded my pages again.
19 August: Wrote about human nature.
18 August: Wrote about diversity of belief.
16 August: Fixed a variety of broken links. (ugh, how embarrassing!)
15 August: Wrote the Real Virtuality bit.
Hmm, politics too... two down.
14 August: Wrote most of the One God?
bit. Let's see, what are those things not to talk about? Sex, politics,
and religion? Well, one down...
11 August: My birthday! Uploaded my pages! Enjoy, world!
10 August: Created the adult pages. Moved the FAQ to the Web.
9 August: Created thesymbol.
Set up the new disclaimer.
8 August: Added copyright notices.
4 August-5 August: Went wild! Cyberspace
survey, the PC fun bit, the Are
computers a waste of time? bit, the Flow
bit, and the Community page.
2 August: Wrote Table of Contents and Improving
the Web pages.
1 August: Wrote the Home Page bit. Fixed
up some dangling links, especially to Internet Assistant.
July 31: Finally started writing again! Rejiggered Unreal's
toplevel index pages, as well as the robj
information. Unreal's home page is now much more concise and tolerable.
Almost all of June and July: A lot of netsurfing and job-hunting and vacationing
(ahhhh!) but not a damn bit of Web hacking.
May 19: Finished the first wave of pages. Mostly job-related stuff. The
home page is looking too long and rather boring. Needs work.
May 11: Started work on my first pages, after digitizing a handful of pictures.
Back to Unreal Enterprises.Created
31 June 1995, last updated 16 April 1997, and copyright
by Rob Jellinghaus.