RE: [SCA Newcomers] Re: Hi, possibly take two
- Hunstville, AL actually- so I'm not that far from you.....
Definately need to represent, then. Lemme know what you find out
From: Jocosa [mailto:shewolfen@...]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2003 5:39 PM
Subject: [SCA Newcomers] Re: Hi, possibly take two
Greetings JM... since you already have web skills and write, check
with whatever group you may join up with to see if they need
assistance with their website or newsletter.
I too write for a living and have done mundane webpages on the
side. In the SCA, I'm webminister for my local group (Shire of
Thorngill, Montgomery, AL) and have been recently serving as the
Deputy Chronicler for Local Webministers for the Kingdom of
Meridies. If you end up doing any web work with your local group,
we'll be in contact, so well met anyways!
>From your post, I'm guessing you're in central TN. :)I applied for an SCA Today reporter in its early days. I hope Justin
remembers me... ;) it is more of a link type site and unfortunately,
report copy from events is on the low side online in Meridies. I've
only been posted once on SCA Today, that was earlier this year for
the Silver Anniversary Event.
I've got plans to approach a certain gentle in the Kingdom who often
reports on Kingdom events to help get more of this type info online
(so we CAN participate more in SCA Today!) I do know that he is
looking for other gentles to help him in the reporting - also
another writing opportunity for you.
At Gulf Wars, I'm tag-team teaching a class on the 'Art of
Webministering' with Lady Luca, the Webminister for Gleann Abhann.
We'll be covering developing web policy, some do's and don'ts, have
a bunch of handouts and follow that with an open forum/Q&A session.
If you plan on going (simply THE event to go to if you're in the
South!), please put the class on your schedule.
Feel free to look me up by Yahoo messenger or reply privately if you
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- Hey, you can still be a bard. Irish songs are really good for your musical interrest. If
you get a chance listen to some really early Pogues. Alot of the music is
traditional from their first two albums and alot of Irish songs are about drinking so
being drunk while singing them only enhances the perfomance. As a former Ren rat
myself, I have found a home in the SCA and hope you will too. If you need any help
in personna research just let someone know. (Some of us are complete nerds, myself
included and love doing any kind of research.) Keep us up to date on your progress.
Mary of the Stews