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I got it into my head one day to join a Toad the Wet Sprocket webring. Only thing is, when I tried to, I found out the ring was no longer active. So, then I decided that I wanted to try my hand at running a ring and I contacted the ring mistress, Bree Culnan. I knew her from the Toad mailing list and so she was kind enough to pass along some pointers and hand the baton over to me.

It is now called 'always changing probably' because that is the name of one of their songs and it is also very appropriate for the web.

LATEST NEWS (1.8.2002)
I believe that everything has been done on my end to facilitate the migration back to WebRing. It has not been entirely smooth or painless but WebRing were the original creators and it promises more flexibility which Yahoo! never gave us. Please contact me if you have any questions or problems.

OLDER NEWS (1.30.01)
Well, I think I have gotten the ring to work reasonably well. Yahoo! has definately made things much harder to configure and work with. For instance, they assume everyone creates pages with a light background because the SSNB (Server-Side Navigation Bar) looks like crap if you have light colored fonts. The good thing is that they still support the HTML code fragment so I would suggest you use that if the SSNB doesn't fit in with your page. Please use the information on the Ring Members page to help set up your ring and contact me if you have any problems.

Back in September 2000, was taken over by Yahoo! and I have associated my ring ID with the Yahoo! ID but I have not had much time to work on figuring out the new system. There were a lot of changes and not all of them were good. Many features were lost and it has been difficult to customize the ring like I could before.

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