I’ve been pretty busy lately; school and such have been taking up my time. Things are sure different with my sister in a wheelchair. e.e (see post below this)
I’ve been playing around on YouTube a lot recently, found myself some cool vids; I’ll post them as a comment so that MystBlog people don’t have to scroll through them. Amazing what you can find on there.
To certain people:<br /> Thank you for everything you’ve done :)
My sister went skiing yesterday, hit a bump, fell down, and broke her legs.
Yes, Legs. Both of them.
So she spent last night in the hospital, and will likely be stuck in a wheel chair for the next month and a bit.
She can be such a pain sometimes…. >.>
Today marks a day that we’ve been waiting for, waiting for over seven years. Today, Uru Live is finally released.
Myst Online: Uru Live
Thank you to GameTap and Turner for bringing this game back from the dead, after three years.
See you all in the Cavern,
I got an unexpected bag of goodies from someone today :D
Aside from that, I ate a lot of sugar, installed Visual Studio.NET on my new computer, and chatted with people.
I had a nice chat with an old friend last night. We talked about a lot of nothing, but it was nice for that short time.
I got my own computer yesterday, with Windows Vista.
It’s an HP Desktop,
2GB DDR2 RAM,
x64 Athlon Processor,
nVidea Graphics (I forget the version),
350GB Hard Drive,
Internal Card Reader,
Supports USB 2 and FireWire,
and tonnes more.
I <3 my new computer!
So… my web host decided to move some stuff around, and somehow broke my domain altogether.
I’m slowly trying to pick everything back up and get things back together. Until then, I guess it’s back to Geocities :(
Uru Live died in February 2004. From there, it was a long, hard road to bring it back to what it is today as Myst Online: Uru Live.
Between then, and now; Untìl Uru. A place to be until Uru can live again.
Untìl Uru was partly Cyan’s, without them, we would never have been able to run our shards and have the fun that we did over the past two years. But Untìl Uru was all about the fans. All of the shards were run by fans, by people who donated their time, money, and energy into keeping Uru alive and running. They asked for no reward, they did it for their enjoyment, and the enjoyment of others.
Tomorrow, Untìl Uru dies. Cyan is pulling the authentication server because they need it for Uru Live. They are pulling it with no regard to shard owners, who will now have spent their time and money for nothing.
What about people living in Brazil, or Ukraine? How will they play Uru? GameTap isn’t supported in their countries. Untìl Uru was the only way that they could explore online. Now that chance has been taken away from them.
So long Tapestry, Great Tree, D’ni Safety Guild, Guild of Greeters, H’uru Project, Desert, OvOasis, D’mala, Alpha Blue; So long Untìl Uru.
August 6th, 2004 – February 5th, 2007