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Yes, I am still here, though I am busily working on finishing up my last quarter at RIT, and for which I have just one more paper to write. Sorry for the lack of updates recently, I promise to have a couple of new reviews for you very soon. Thanks for your patience! =)

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Metakan Author Profile Page May 12, 2006 12:11 PM

Man I was getting worried. Glad to know you are ok. I hope you won't give up this site when you finish college. Any work day is very boring without visiting your web site once or twice.

Good luck with the paper.

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Good luck!

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Duckers May 12, 2006 1:58 PM

So was I. I'm a fairly new visitor to this site, and an even newer "commenter" on your games. They are really cool. Nice work. I have a question, though.

Jay Is Games. How did you come up with that name? It doesn't really make sense...

Anyway, if you were to answer that one, I would be pleased. Thankyou,

from Duckers.

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Hi Duckers,

The name evolved from the original name I chose for the blog when it began back in 2003, "Jay Is". That was actually a nickname that some friends gave me to differentiate between me and another friend named "Jay". My full (nick)name back then was "Jay Is Bibby" because I am Jay Bibby, and the other Jay was called "Jay Is Not Bibby," because, of course, he is not Jay Bibby.

Still with me?

The "games" part of the name was added when I moved the site from the RIT servers to its own domain primarily because the site is about games.

It makes perfect sense to me. ;)

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We miss you! Looking forward to some (fun) games.

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Hey, anybody playing that puzzle game that links in to "Lost"?

http://www.thehansofoundation.org/

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Not a problem do what you gotta do :)

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remister Author Profile Page May 15, 2006 8:39 PM

Good luck jay, I was wondering where the updates went... But don't worry JohnB, Noah, and others have been taking care of this place....

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great site...just so you know because I know people like you like to know where I found out about Jay is games... it was because of hapland 2...I couldn't beat it so i googled it and found your page

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