[EVA] Updated Links?
frumious99 at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 1 23:27:02 EST 2009
Creating "the ultimate Evangelion fansite" and information resource guide was never "impossible" Aaron. At a certain point you gave up, then let your remaining information atrophy.
That doesn't make 'gathering Eva information' impossible -- as you've claimed -- it just means that thanks to your irresponsibility, my task is a heck of a lot harder. How much effort does it take to make backup copies?
Even GainaxPages.com went offline...due to simple neglect.
What have you been doing to keep all of this information? Time would have been better spent on making basic backup files of this info, than workin' on the ol' fanscript.
"I'm pleased to meet you and I hope you guessed my name, but what's puzzling you, is the nature of my game"
--- On Tue, 12/1/09, Aaron Clark <aaronc1 at umbc.edu> wrote:
From: Aaron Clark <aaronc1 at umbc.edu>
Subject: Re: [EVA] Updated Links?
To: "The english-language evangelion mailing list." <evangelion at eva.onegeek.org>
Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2009, 2:07 PM
Nope. Sadly, I didn't save myself a copy either. Those were pretty good
articles if memory serves. You could attempt to write Mainichi, perhaps
under the guise of a researcher or something academic sounding, and see if
they could provide the text. And then you could share with the rest of
us. Sound like a plan?
The only person I could think of off-hand who might have saved a copy is
Rachel Clark. Perhaps if we mention her name repeatedly we can conjure
her out of the void.
P.S. A quick search of my hard drive reveals that the only thing I have
saved from Mainichi is an article from December 2nd, 2003 about Hiroyuki
Tsuchida, the man who beat his mother to death with a baseball bat, and
whose actions were partially blamed on the themes of Evangelion.
> Hey all,
> I'm wondering if anyone knows if the Mainichi links for Otsuka Eiji's
> articles (hosted at:
> are updated anywhere online?
> Alexander Leavitt
> Research Specialist, Convergence Culture Consortium
> Comparative Media Studies, MIT
> Twitter: @alexleavitt
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