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VOLUME 72 May 15, 2003

Feature Article – SW-A1324 Chronicles of an Anonymous Berserker Part 2
The Swap Corner


SW-A1324 Chronicles of an Anonymous Berserker Part 2 by Jack Fulmer

This month's Feature article is a continuation of the tale of SW-A1324
begun last issue by Jack. It is being presented in a slightly different
fashion. Jack did such a great job formatting the article with
accompanying graphics that I felt it would be a shame to reduce it to a
text file and eliminate the touches that added so much.

You will find the feature article as an attachment to this email. As
usual my ISP, Compuserve, will separate out this text and the
attachment into two separate emails. The attachment will be a file
entitled It is a winzip file that you need to
double click. The contents will be unzipped and deposited on your hard
drive.  You should receive 6 files. Five of them will be graphics and
the last will be SWA1324 Chronicles Part2 presented as SW1324P2.htm.
If you double click on this HTML file your default web browser
should open and present this months feature article to you. If you have
any difficulties please email me at and let me
know. I can send you the feature article as a Word or text file.

If you don't have winzip or you are viewing the SEDG online - click on
this URL to get to the feature article.

STARWEB EMAIL DISCUSSION GROUP - is now available on the web.

Look for our new MAPPER'S SECTION on the SEDG Web Page.

STARWEB ANALYZER V1.5 - It's on the web site and it's no longer a Beta!
Go get it! As before - registered clients of any previous V1.x version
can upgrade for free.

Tidbits regarding the Starweb Analyzer V2.0 (written under the .net
framework). Mike has been busy recreating the analyzer and upgrading
it. It's not ready yet to call a beta (heck, I would hesitate to call
it an alpha :-). One feature I would like to tease you with – the fleet
icons that you see at the bottom of the worlds (allied and opponent)
are way cooler in V2.0 and you can see them charge their weapons and
fire on each other or the world if a homefleet attack occurs. PBBed
worlds go up in a mushroom cloud regularly while you view your turn
too. As soon as it progresses a little further we shall invite some of
you to beta test it.


There wasn't any :-). C'mon guys – lets get some infield chatter going!

Well, that's it for Volume 72. Don't be afraid to submit articles or
suggestions. They don't have to be long. Address your correspondence
to Elliot Hudes at