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First post here in a long time:

Lately I've been experimenting with the use of the Nakedmud engine. The game that I am working on with it is going to be a quasi-cyberpunk themed game loosly using the Yags rules. I've also been working on my website, and a Yags/Yagsbook supplement for using the Wesnoth setting. This is also my first year in high school.

31 Oct 2007 (updated 1 Nov 2007 at 00:01 UTC) »

My results seem pretty accurate.

I really liked this test, it's of a fairly reliable size, and it has a lot of similar questions that I got from my psychiatrist, so it's pretty believable in my opinion, though I'm not a professional in any way.

Take the Aspie Quiz
Idea/Thoughts On the creation and Use of a Multiple Form Development Grouping Site or until I get a better name to call it

The idea came to mind when using Yahoo's group service, and found out that one of the members has little to no way of effectively communicating to all the members of the group.

There needs to be a site program, similar to Myspace, that allows people to login, preferably with OpenID or something similar, and either allow people to interface with their a Jabber account, or create one for use 'on the site', which automatically includes or adds onto all the members of the Development group, and allow the people to hand set a email service to use with a group mailing list. So pretty much has soon has a person registers to the site, a preset medium between all of the members is created or identified with person so he/she can set it up with their own account settings.

Whats the point if a person can only communicate to one other person present in a group? I'm not sure if this has already been done or not, but it would be nice if there was one. Right now I do not have the time nor resources to set up a site myself.

This is just one of my many few rants of the moment.

-- I am Zen Clark

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