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Re: Dinosaur Open Book Project



> On 7/11/06, Mike Taylor <mike@miketaylor.org.uk> wrote:
> >
> > True.  If only there was something like that old site, what was it
> > called, the Dinosauricon.  If we could just remember who used to run
> > that, maybe we could get him to breathe some life back into it?

Michael Barton <darwinsbulldog@gmail.com> wrote:
> T. Mike Keesey ran the Dinosauricon I believe...

He's being sarcastic....

Sorry, I don't have the spare time any more. I am working on things
that could be relevant to a new version, but progress is slowwww.

Any web developers out there who want to lend a hand, let me know!
--
T. Michael Keesey
Director of Technology
Exopolis, Inc.
2894 B Rowena Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90039
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The Dinosauricon: http://dino.lm.com
Parry & Carney: http://parryandcarney.com