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Posty Webber
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Huzzaaahhhh! I've finally been able to log in to OTF, after countless emails to Admins asking them to resupply me with my login details (which I forgot, and have been unable to receive due to the fact that the email address registered with OTF no longer exists).

lyra – I bet you've been on the edge of your seat, worrying as to why I had not responded to your last post!

Anyway, which message boards? I want to play too!

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lyra
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Hello posty, glad you made it back as it were...

I joined http://www.shelfari.com/groups/10810/about

and

http://www.shelfari.com/groups/11000/about

Maybe the discussions are a bit rubbish so far but that doesn't mean they couldn't be improved on? I dunno, I don't know where people go to discuss books. I also was seriously thinking of starting a spoiler thread on Guardian books talk, as there's lots of enthusiasts on there.

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Posty Webber
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That seems like a new-fangled forum. Why can't they all be like otf? You know, white space, small text, no bells – let alone whistles, etc…

I'm in Australia. How can we chat effectively? I want to know how much you know.

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Come join us... http://booktalk.guardian.co.uk/WebX/.775ef2cc?50@c@
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Read "His Dark Materials" last month, overall enjoyable; but never got really into my marrow.

Nice to see "The man" getting his come upunce (or however it's spelt) , very ambitious I suppose; but laboured a bit.
Nice cameos by Chorlton and the Wheelies.

And I have got to get a "Subtle Kife" - I have various DIY projects, and a blade that sharp would come in very handy.

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