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Solareclipse is the personal realm of Charles Capps. That'd be me. :) I'm a Perl/PHP/MySQL developer, graphics tinkerer, and web hacker in Seattle, WA, though I'm originally from the San Jose area.
Solareclipse is pretty empty - there really isn't that much on this very page that would be of interest to you. All the juicy bits are accessable via the tabbed menu above. If, for some odd reason, your web browser isn't rendering this page in a sane manner, you should seriously consider coming back after upgrading to something decent, like Firefox.
The lead attraction here at Solareclipse, and quite possibly the only thing remaining from the early days with the Behaviour Group. The forums have been around since March of 1999, with the community dating back to 1995. That's really quite old when you think of it in internet terms. How many people have you known online for that long?
Like many people, I am addicted to the World of Warcraft, and the Leftovers are the folks I play with.
We're a raiding orgzniation (anti-guild) on the Silver Hand RP server. I'm one of the founding members, and I host the site. Stop by and check it out.
» http://www.etherealplains.com/ (formerly .net)
The poetry / graphics / blog site of my ex-girlfriend. Go check it out, or else.
It's not really part of Solareclipse, but it is hosted by me.
Why are you still reading this? Get your ass over there.
Things I'm involved in, sites of friends, and the like...
» Pixelle - Dani's site. You remember Dani, right?
» Linneberg.com - Cody's site. See Also: Caption-A-Harper
» Turtle Chaos - an'on collects turtles. Scary. That's why we love her.
» Startrekker Chat - Returned from the grave. Say hi to Feenix!
» The TrekBBS - Trek, TV, and Trolls. Enter if you dare.
Old versions of Solareclipse:
» Gen 1 (1999) - Holy BEVEL, Batman! Pulled from the Wayback Machine.
» Gen 2 (1999) - Wow, and I used to consider that *GOOD*...
» Gen 3 (2001) - My first light background design in a LONG time
» Gen 3.1 (2001) - Moving 3.0 to CSSP, which was pretty risky back then
» Gen 4 (2002) - Mmmmmmmm, transparency... *drool*
» Gen 5 (2003) - A failed attempt to duplicate buttons