Below are the comments of people who have visited these pages. If you haven't yet made your own entry, please do. I movd the ODP related comments to another page, to keep this one of manageable size.
|Name: Laura Bailey||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: surfing|
|Interested in: url|
I think you have a wonder site and I enjoyed it ver much.
|Name: Mike||My Email:|
|Referred by: http://www.netrpg.com/programs.html||Interested in: HERO System Combat Applet|
I think that HERO System Combat Applet is real cool. It'll definatly help out with the RPG I'm making. Might have to make a few tweaks to it first.
|Name: Rick Rechowicz||My Email:|
|Referred by: email from Roger Christman||Interested in: the Champions combat Applet|
Very impressive. One thing: I haven't dug into the code, but is there a way to weight attack selection in the combats? (I.e. so Wolverine favors his claws, Captain America is more prone to shield attacks, etc.) I realize this would be a *ton* of work and require familiarity with the characters, but it would be a major improvement. OTOH, I'm still going to make lots of use of this testing out supervillains againts my current team! :)
|Referred by: I want to start my own sit|
Looking to start my own websit for my business can you help me out I cant find a sit that can help me. it is all crape ryan at [removed]
|Name: JD||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: Me|
|Interested in: Any|
Hey George (you can delete this if you want)! It's updated... just click the URL link!
|Name: JD||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: I did!|
|Interested in: The Hero stuff|
Hi George! Josh here. I'm updating the rec.games.frp.super-heroes stuff soon. The link will change to http://w3.one.net/~joshdm/su/ or similar. I'm an accomplished Java Developer now too! Http://w3.one.net/~joshdm/demo/ for more info! Cya!
|Name: Castor Creed|
|Referred by: searching for a good RPG|
ummm your page isn't done yet.... but i cant wait to see it...
|Name: Jon Sparks|
|My Email:||Referred by: a search for champions related material|
|Interested in: html hero|
Great utility. Very handy. Keep up the good work!
|My URL: Visit Me|
nice site ..loved the layout
|Name: Louie van Bommel||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: odp|
|Interested in: java, programmer stuff|
I surfed in to find a tool for analyzing popularity of sites, or to get a list of sites related to a site, or something like that. I forget now, since I was so wrapped up in your homepage, and that of your significant other. I like your stuff on Java, and now I guess I'll have to look at your odp bookmarks, I see. I'm a Java Internet consultant. Maybe you may find my link to my "web" stuff of use, especially applet signing in Java 1.2.
|Name: Linger||My Email:|
|Referred by: yahoo serach||Interested in: technology and interesting|
Very good!You give me many help,thanks!
|Name: Bad Bunny||My URL: Visit Me|
Just surfing. Thanks.
|Name: Eric Cheung||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Interested in: Just because it is about HERO system.|
Wow I hope this is the first step to bring hero system into computer game. It be cool if this will turn into some kind of mud or multi players game!!! Please keep me updated !!! Eric Cheung
|Name: John Murphy||My Email:|
|Referred by: a friend||Interested in: Hero games|
Nice page, thanks for the html converter. I am in the process of setting up a home page, I will do my champions characters here. Thank you very much. have a good one, John Murphy
|Name: Fitz||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: rec.games.frp.super-heroes|
|Interested in: HtmlHero applet|
I like the applet a lot -- very handy for whipping up a quick NPC or two. Good work.
|Name: tom lynch||My Email:|
|Referred by: great web site of heroes||Interested in: java combat|
Another thought: despite all the complaints that Sam Bell's character translations are too high pointwise, he is remarkably accurate in translating to an accurate relative scale, based on the results of the combats I have been running. For example, Capta n America and Black Panther split victories about evenly, with a slight edge to Cap, as you would expect. Same thing between Thor and Herc. On the other hand, Banshee consistently whips Human Torch, and Spidey consistently whips him. Who needs to actua ly READ marvel comics??
|Name: tom lynch||My Email:|
|Referred by: great net page of heroes||Interested in: combat applet, mostly|
The applet is the coolest thing ever. I used to think I was a bit crazy a few years back, running champions combats for my own edification between random characters to see the results (like the Hulk vs. Iron Fist, say). Now I can do it in no time electr nically! See how much more efficient you have made my time wasting? Anyway, the concept is great and works pretty well, except the java script acts kind of funny sometimes, so that I cannot see all of the buttons. I think that your idea of separating t e two character status screens from the browser would help. Also, if it would be hard to code a heromaker add-on type application, how about just accepting character posts in standard format just for the purpose of your app?
|Name: Shirley and Les Krick||My Email:|
|Referred by: Sir George Ruban and Alexandra||Interested in: Family pictures|
I sure wouldn't have recognized you. You've become better looking since you got married. It was nice to see what you look like Alexandra. Hopefully, you will visit the warm, southern Indiana territory sometime. Shirley said you had a really nice visit at the wedding. She just got home yesterday afternoon, and went through the usual lost luggage routine. The wedding video was in it. Fortunately, the airlines found it. It was delivered to the house about midni ht. We will see that you get a copy of the wedding video, if it came out. Tim is coming home tomorrow with the equipment to show it. They split up the load for easier travelling. Shirley and Les
|Name: Heikki Hallamaa||My Email:|
|Referred by: a Friend||Interested in: All|
Keep the ratio up!
|Name: Robert Zagursky|
|Interested in: Signal Sequence PredictionBob|
Hello George, just wanted to let you know that we got the signal sequence program of yours running okay. If you ever do any updates, please let me know. Thanks,
|Name: Pat Sandhop||My Email:|
|Referred by: Shelley's Gratuitous Links||Interested in: the combat applet|
Great job on the applet. I'm quite impressed by both the large and small versions. I can hardly wait to see further refinements, like the addition of haymakers.
|Name: The Big Brick||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: CoH|
|Interested in: Hero Combat|
Keep on working on your combat thing. It's going great your friendly friend, The Big Brick
|Name: Elliott||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: usenet - champions|
|Interested in: many|
|Name: Red Swan||My Email: Email Me|
|Referred by: altavista advanced search engine||Interested in: Hero system combat applets|
I found your page by doing a search under champions and hero and system. Then I refined the search to require "champions" and "OCV"
|Name: Dima Silakov|
WOW!What can i say : "WoW"!!! I just finished preparation to Java-class in the evening-spent couple of hours on very symple app.code, and walking through the diff sites find out your site - its great! Unfortunatel my command of english not so good to write so I want to , but in this I want to say "Thank you" fof all all very usefull information which I find in your site. Good luck Dima S. P.S sorry about my Engl.
|Name: Shelley Chrystal Mactyre||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: My page. =)|
|Interested in: The Champions stuff, silly!|
Nice job with the applet, George. Thanks again for saving Deejay's pages; I'm glad to have helped out with the space. Best of luck to you!
|Name: George Ruban||My URL: Visit Me|
|My Email:||Referred by: I wrote this site!|
|Interested in: The whole site, actually.|
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