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Wild Angels becomes a Wiki comic

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After a couple of years of raising funds to buy a newer computer with a scanner/printer, I'm happy to report that I'm bringing Wild Angels back to the Web.

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The comic will be hosted without commercial interruption by the hobbyist hosting site Ursine, and will for the first time be held on a Wikimedia-powered site, using the same Wiki markup language used by Wikipedia.


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Congratulations! How often do you want to update the comic? Monthly? Weekly? Monday-Wednesday-Friday? And are you going to continue the older storylines?

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Actually, I was thinking of starting fresh stories. I have the older strips on floppies nearby, but my new Micron tower computer can't read them. I plan on updating at least weekly.
One new wrinkle: the comic will be colored outside of the computer, to make it less vulnerable to my being called in to work scads of overtime. A couple of months ago, the account I'm working asked for less worker-hours, so I don't have to work more than 40 hours per week, but you never know.

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My apologies. I neglected to log in before posting that.

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