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What other sites are you active on? posted 06 Sep 2004, 16:09 by Grantaire, Moderator

Just wondering. Myself, I post at wotmania.com, and occasionally at sffworld.com. view post


posted 06 Sep 2004, 18:09 by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

Malazan forums, Song of Fire and Ice, Sci-Fantasy, Dead Cities, Blaylock Discussion Forum, Message Board of the Damned. Less frequently - Wotmania, Shocklines, Nightmare Network, Delphi Science Fiction Forum, sffworld, and a few others I'm forgetting at the moment. -Neil view post


posted 06 Sep 2004, 20:09 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Here obviously also, Livejournal.com Metalreview.com im not often though. view post


posted 06 Sep 2004, 21:09 by DarkMatter, Peralogue

Well I spend most of my free time on wotmania.com And someone over there told me to read these books and linked to this site, so I guess here I've posted some but mostly I lurk here. view post


posted 06 Sep 2004, 21:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Ultimatemetal.com This is my home away from home. I beleive it is one of the largest on-line communities in the world. But, if this place was more hopping, I would be here all the time. view post


posted 06 Sep 2004, 23:09 by Scarred, Candidate

musicianforums.com is my home base, mostly because im a supermod there. I dont eve post so much any more, unless Im banning someone or closing something. *shakes head* view post


posted 07 Sep 2004, 13:09 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

A few... Here, wotmania, SFF World, the SOIAF site occasionally, Dead Cities, Neil Gaiman's site board, a spanish-language site, visit William Gibson's site from time to time (only posted once there, though). Now in terms of sites where I visit for information and no posting...let's just say the numbers go well into the dozens, in two languages at that! :D view post


posted 07 Sep 2004, 18:09 by Alric, Auditor

I'm primarily active on wotmania.com, where I am an admin of the Other Fantasy sections and the Writers' Message Board. I'm more active here than I am at the malazan forum, primarily because it's newer and really still developing. As for other places, I pop in many places every once and a while. Oh, Larry didn't mention this, but we have a Blog site as well that links to wotmania, OF Blog of the Fallen. It's a place that lets us approach topics and discussions in a different way than many of the sites we are active on. Check Aldarion's sig for the address. :wink: view post


posted 07 Sep 2004, 19:09 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

That reminds me - hopefully tomorrow I'll have time/energy to write a piece on the Hugos. I have been thinking today about what to say and it might be interesting to others, but alas I'm very tired (worked last night - on my usual day off) and am heading to bed now. Oh, and I forgot to add that I do post occasionally at the Malazan forum, but not very much these days due to other matters. view post


posted 07 Sep 2004, 19:09 by Edge, Peralogue

Mainly on the Malazan forum and sffworld.com view post


posted 07 Sep 2004, 21:09 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

I tend to post on Dros Gemmell and Malazan Book of the Fallen, Sci Fantasy, other than that I occassionally look at others such as wot but quite restricted timewise. view post


posted 12 Sep 2004, 18:09 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

Pretty much just this one. It's about all I can manage (and sometimes can't) to keep up with. view post


posted 02 Oct 2004, 21:10 by Ssalamanderr, Commoner

I post on www.castleparadox.com it's a site for the game design engine the O.H.R.R.P.G.C.E. It's great if you're interested in that kind of thing. view post


posted 12 Oct 2004, 09:10 by mulch, Commoner

Malazan forum is the main one I post on - I can't reccomend it enough. view post


posted 06 Nov 2004, 14:11 by Aesmael, Candidate

This one and enworld.org (saw you in a malazan thread Clarkesworld). Used to post at wotmania and I intend to again in the future. I lurk at the soiaf and star fleet battles boards. view post


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