All systems going offline (or are they?)Published: 30th Sep 2001, 00:49:21 | Permalink | Printable
Attention please, attention please. Updated 7th OctA quick note to say the drobe editors are moving into Uni tomorrow. This means drobe news coverage will be severly distrupted for several weeks (as well as email) until we get our computers connected to the unis' networks (or not as the case may be). Please don't send us any mail unless it's urgent.
Thank you very much for reading drobe.co.uk and we hope to see you soon.
Ok it appears the editors have found that there is life beyond the union bar and Tesco-brand Pastabake :) Things should start rolling very soon now and thanks to the people who've mailed us, I for one have a nice big backlog :)
Chris, Peter, Robin
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