The Round Robin


Lick Me, Matthew

I'll put more information here once I've regained the will to live. So... tired... so... very... tired...

Navigation should be fairly intuitive; click on the chapter name in the left-hand frame to pop it up. In an ideal world, the little button bit would light up (as I have graphics for), but, as it is, it doesn't. HTML was designed by the devil, and JavaScript doesn't look much more promising.

One other point: Several chapters make use of footnotes. If you find one of the footnotes, click on the number and it'll pop you to the end of the chapter, where all the footnotes are. Clicking on the number at the footnote will take you back to the originating footnote. (Likewise, if you miss finding a footnote, click on the number at the end to pop you to the original.)

Owing to limitations on Javascript, and the fact that they -really- don't intend for literal constructs like footnotes on the web, I'm using some weird base-three (I guess) system of numbering; it goes 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 13, etc. Cope.

As far as browsers, I'm a fan of Opera (, but I also use Internet Explorer. No Netscape here; if it looks weird on Netscape, let me know & I'll do what I can. Opera looks fine for almost everything, though it doesn't want to highlight the footnote links. IE looks fine, except for one chapter that looks like utter crap. You'll know it when you see it.

Once I recover from programming this, I'll start compiling information regarding what went into this, etc. In the interim, feel free to contact me, it's holder, at