All over the web, people are looking to see what evolters have to say, and sometimes they point their users back to the source. Here are some of the pointers, all noticed this month
many cold fusion people on and are all extremely helpful.
Thanks to the many people who have taken the time to cite evolt.org in their own work
Last week, djc visitedjavier in Santiago de Chile. It was very shocking (and relieving) for mantruc to get to meet an evolt.org member in the flesh, and finally have evidence that they (you) all DO exist in real life, outside of his head and monitor. Dan and Jenny were there for a week -which is a very short time to visit such a varied country- but the hosts Pilar and javier managed to have them visit as many places as possible is such a short timeframe, and have them enjoy (in true evolt gluttony stlye) of the local food and wine goods (mainly centered towards seafood, given the visitors' veggie habits) of their country. At arrival they were so exhausted from the 17-hour flight that they slept over a mild-to-considerable earthquake.
After Dan and Jenny toured around the neurotic capitalof the country, where Dan wasn't able to perform his famous traffic-stopping act (they hardly stop at pedestrian crosses), the four adventurers joined for a crazy weekend passing to the winery of Concha y Toro and it's famous Cellar of the Devil (Casillero del Diablo), a flash tour along the central coast, sleeping at the "historical" location of Algarrobo (where mantruc was when the evolt.org name and logo came to life), and the famous port of Valparaiso, where they visited the museum at the house of the Nobel winning poet Neruda, with all his lovely sense of play.
Then the "crazy gringos" headed towards the ever-lovely southerntown of Pucon and enjoyed some hot springs, and yet more food. On their way back they were surveyed for the national census, which takes place every 10 years, and then headed back home to Wisconsin, wow what a ride!
Australian evolter Paul Cowan is the very proud Dad of a shiny new babygirl, the extremely gorgeous Alice Kallista Gemmell Cowan, born on the 7th of March. As only a true evolter could arrange, Paul had built Alice her own website within a week of the birth...
mantruc changed his job in an upshift move which was amazingly lucky: the weekafter he left, his former employer announced the shut down of its office in Santiago (phew!). His new job is as Information Architect - Web Designer for a big news company. They are working on a very interesting project but he can't disclose more because it's secret.
On April 30, Joshua became a father (for the first time) of a baby girl. 7lb 4oz (3.289 kg). Her name is Jenna Marie. Congratulations from all your friends at evolt.org, Joshua.
Web designer and photographer, Brent Leideritz, an evolter from Adelaide, South Australia, invites everyone to his photographic exhibition to be opened on May 17 2002. The online invitation for the exhibition can be found at the same site where an online gallery can be browsed after the exhibition.
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