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What's new - Oct 2003

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19 Oct 2003

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Update
Size Comparison
A new and much improved image for the Type 10 shuttle has gone up. This isanother one I made myself.

12 Oct 2003

Section
Update
Personnel
In the meantime, I had a look through my folder full of images waiting forpages to go with them and threw together ten more Other Personnel entries- Cyrano Jones, Katherine Pulaski, Kurn, Zek, Lal, Michael Eddington, HarryMudd, Kassidy Yates, Timicin and Guinan.
Lack Of Updates
For the folks who've asked, there are a couple of reasons why we've been so update-lite for the last couple of months. For one thing I've started a new job, which has meant moving house. So I've been mad busy for the last month, plus I've been without any net access, my videos and reference books have all been in boxes, and there has been general chaos.

The second reason is the long-promised database conversion. We've been working on putting the ship information into a database format, originally as a way to keep a higher level of consistency throughout the site. This has expanded into all kinds of interesting stuff which should make the site a lot more interesting and useful. We'll be ready to launch the new updated DITL2 very soon...



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