BTW, some of us over at the Wormhole are working on a 'portal' that will take members to other related sites.
Here is what the link from the Sci-Fi Forum looks like -take a look, I'd love to hear your thoughts or suggestions.
I've been away from the site for a while. But I am happy to see The Sci-Fi Forum is thriving and with so many new members!
Anyhoo, I am thinking it is a good idea for me to give more of the members (than just me) administrative powers. So if you have any ideas or suggestions or would to be more involved just let me know :)
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