h2g2 Post 11.12.2000

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Posted: 11th December 2000


Have you ever heard the expression 'after the Lord Mayors Show? Well, your Post may be somewhat smaller than the last edition, but it is still perfectly formed!

This week we examine just what went on at the recent meet in London, not just at the social itself, but also from a foreign(ish) perspective. We may not have all the pictures... but we know where they are!

Have you ever wondered what motivates some enterprising researchers to create wonderful homepages/their own spaces/their own clubs? Try reading 'The View at h2g2' or 'So Long and Thanks for Laughing'... the feature... to be inspired!

Apologies for the lateness of publication this week... even the Post is sometimes affected by problems accessing h2g2, or the web!

Any copy, articles, suggestions should be sent to The Editor. Please use this same address if you are interested in volunteering to become a regular contributor.



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