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Monday, April 21, 2003

More HL-2

There's a scan of the PCZone Benelux cover over on, which seems to confirm a bunch of the Half-Life 2 speculation floating around the gaming community. I'm looking forward to hearing about what they're going to do with this franchise. I only hope they use a MUCH better graphics engine to render it :-) Thanks Blue.

Update! Shacknews got a short statement from Valve which states: Half-Life 2 will be shown at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. They also has someone who could read the news article attached, that indicates that the HL-2 NDA will expire on April 28th. So I'm assuming we'll be hearing a TON of HL-2 news next Monday.

Saturday, April 19, 2003

EZ-Net Article

The local newspaper, The Green Bay Press-Gazette, ran an article the other day about EZ-Net, our gracious host. I've been a customer since the summer of 1997. I've never had a better ISP. You're not likely to find one anywhere. My only disappointment with the article was that Dave (the founder) didn't mention me as his favorite customer :)

J.t.Qbe comments: That's a nice little article. I hope it helps to bring a little more business their way too. Sounds like they're doing good work up nort dere.

The Master comments: It's always good to see a great company get the credit they deserve. EZ has gone out of their way to build an ISP that is responsive and customer-oriented. Having dealt with 4 ISPs that were the exact opposite in the Green Bay area, it's hard to emphasize enough how lucky the rural NE Wisconsin area has it.

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