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Why does it feel as if some sort of burden was lifted competely away from my shoulders?

…Damn, I love the code used for WordPress. A damned sight faster than Livejournal, any day of the week.

Oh dear.

It feels as if my beloved Internet has become, of all things, boring.

Either that or I forgot to check all my old favorite sites. No matter, I’ll just actually have to do work.

Alright, I’ve heard good things about WordPress, so I decided I’d open up another weblog. Might just completely transfer here, and leave Livejournal for roleplaying.

So, if you haven’t heard about me, my name is Daniel Hawking. I’ve lurked and/or contributed at several forums before, and now currently a member of the development team for the Homeworld2 conversion “Next Generation Combat Systems”.

More will be written eventually, but hey, I’m usually bad at introductions.


My name is Daniel Hawking.

There are three fractions that make up this persona.

One of which is sealed closed via the physical realm of the world. One of which is unlocked via the medium known as the Internet. One of which is standing tall, watching over the wondrous horizon in front of him.

Of the first, this is the one most who have met me see, the one shunned, the one unappreciated, the one treated as entertainment instead of a colleague, the one shunted off to the side.

Of the second, only a select few have been able to meet. Coherency and truthful thoughts are the hallmarks of those knowing this fraction, as are trust and belief. Most of the dearest friends know of this section.

Of the third...? Revival of the finest order, as the phoenix of a prince rises from his own ashes. The adventurer, a traveler.

Regardless of fates, this is who I am now.

Daniel Hawking. Prince of Aralonia.

One of many.

A representative of Aralonia.

Together, the collective mindset of a nation.

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