This is the Message Centre for Jeny (Professor of Cheesology, Apostrophe Executive)
Bumblebee Started conversation Sep 14, 2001
Welcome to h2g2
My name is Bumblebee and I'm an ACE (assistant community editor), one of the merry band of volunteers who meet and greet new researchers and provide any assistance if it's needed.
As an Ace (learn more about Aces at http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/ACES) it is my duty and also my privilege to welcome you to the Guide and show you around. But as it turns out, you're already quite familiar with this place! I was going to tell you about the smiley-page and the GuideML and such, but there we are...!
You've even found the h2g2 Aroma Café.
If you need any help or have any questions, I'll do my best to give you a hand.
Hey, Jeny - I saw your posting on the Aberdeen Buses thread and followed it through here...
I wondered if you were aware of the Scottish Researchers Group at http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A599376 - we get together for "mini-meets" () on occasion, and I'm trying to persuade them to have one in Aberdeen early next year. A few more "native" Aberdeen researchers might just swing it...
Ah, D&D... Many years ago I used to run a pair of twin half-halflings called Aaron and Aavril Aardvark... Happy days...
Jeny (Professor of Cheesology, Apostrophe Executive) Posted Oct 17, 2001
Thanks for the info on the Scottish researchers group, I've now been and found the page. Looks like I'm going to miss the November 24th meet in Glasgow though - I already have other plans.
An Aberdeen meet sounds like a great idea.
Whereabout in Aberdeen are you? We stay down near the Aberdeen Uni campus, just on the edge of Tillydrone.
How do you have a half halfling? Does that not make them a quarterling?
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- 3: Jeny (Professor of Cheesology, Apostrophe Executive) (Oct 17, 2001)
- 4: Peet (the Pedantic Punctuation Policeman, Muse of Lateral Programming Ideas, Eggcups-Spurtle-and-Spoonswinner, BBC Cheese Namer & Zaphodista) (Oct 17, 2001)