A Conversation for H2G2 Leaving The BBC Soon!

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Post 21

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Freshly Vaccinated

smiley - rofl Er, thanks, Icy.

I just wanted to say thank you to the BBC Editors for all their hard work. We appreciate the effort it's taken to keep h2g2 running all these years.

We are looking forward to the challenges and opportunities ahead.

And no, we are definitely not panicking...where's my tinfoil hat? smiley - winkeye


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Post 22

Haragai

Finally. smiley - ok
And to whom it concerns: So long and ... smiley - fish


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Post 23

Vestboy

So long as I can keep the hem of my vest from catching in the works everything should be OK... What's that ripping sound?


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Post 24

Geggs

Woohoo too for Noohootoo!

Thanks to all at the BBC for their support over the years.

Does striking out on our own mean that we've grown up now? smiley - tongueout


Geggs


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Post 25

Mrs Zen

And tomorrow could so easily have been the very last day.... smiley - yikes

It all blows my tiny little mind.

Thanks you eds, past and present. smiley - gift

B


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Post 26

Mr. Dreadful - But really I'm not actually your friend, but I am...

"Does striking out on our own mean that we've grown up now?"

I hope not... half of the current Researchers would have to leave!


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Post 27

Recumbentman

Hootoo under the BBC has definitely been A Good Thing. Much thanks!

Confident it will continue and grow in that style.


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Post 28

Effers;England.


Yeah thanks Aunty, and Eds smiley - ok.

But yes time to grow up a bit. smiley - yikes


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Post 29

Rev Nick - dead man walking (mostly)

smiley - laugh


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Post 30

Effers;England.


Don't worry Tony/Mr. D we all know that you can check out but you can never leave.


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Post 31

Effers;England.


Why is no-one here thanking mods? smiley - winkeye

Oh heck I will.


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Post 32

Rev Nick - dead man walking (mostly)

Indeed, thank you to the present Mods and sytems. A lot of really silly things may vanish for a time, but with even a good moment of consideration ... Stuff comes back as it should, despite wonky software or fingers.


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Post 33

Khamsin

smiley - run must pack the old suitcase just in case


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Post 34

Asteroid Lil - Offstage Presence

Shall I call the movers or just leave matters to infinite improbability?

Thank you BBC Editors for your stewardship over the past years.


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Post 35

Ancient Brit

Wait for it.smiley - cheers


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Post 36

Rosa Baggins daughter of Pronto Baggins and Mimosa Bunce

Along with Jimcracker7, I would like to thank all of the BBC Editorial staff for their dedication in keeping Douglas Adams vision alive through the h2g2 site.smiley - applausesmiley - ok


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Post 37

U695218

Wake me up when the transition is complete.smiley - laugh


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Post 38

Effers;England.


I'm a bit worried there's something wrong with me because I do feel quite scared as well.

Its a total change in identity in a way. I can't explain clearly..but to me that's always risky. I'm not wanting to be negative just expressing something that seems real to me.

Yes of course there's every reason to be optimistic..but change is always a risk. I like to face that...and its scary..but no worries I'm a bit of an adrenalin junkie smiley - winkeye Though I'm trying to calm that down these days. But still I like to express that anxiety here.


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Post 39

Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

What Icy sayssmiley - okplus TA! Ed's from me


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Post 40

Vip

There's nothing wrong with being afraid. This isn't just change, it's Change. A complete shift in the way we think and work. I hope... really hope... that it's going to be positive, but that doesn't stop change being scary. I'm totally with you on that one!


smiley - fairy


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