Hi everyone,

I have some mixed news for you all. The Online City Project has grown so
much in the last month that it has outgrown it's current home. It is getting
a lot of visitors since the link was added to TSR's web page. It has been
temporarily moved to a geocities address, which is shown below. There is a
redirect link up at the old homepage, but if you used any links to shortcut
around the title page, they will no longer be valid. The new address is as


I would like to make a plea to everyone, because the Online City Project
needs a new home, preferably something more permanent. It currently uses
about 1MB of space, but that will grow in the future. Usage of the site has
increased by a factor of 4 over the last month, from 4 Meg -> 16 Meg.

So if you know of a better home for the Online City project, please contact
either Darkstar (hoss@box.net.au) or myself (preferably Darkstar, since he
maintains the page) about it.

On the subject of the Project, quite a few things are starting to move. I
have completed the background information about the city, so that should go
up when Darkstar gets some time.

Thanks everyone,


Simon Graindorge
Coordinator, Birthright Online City Project

E-mail: slg@nw.com.au
ICQ: 9222846