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I can die a happy man now.
You ever done megazine?
Love, PCRH xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I sent a few to The Vibe in my youth.
it's not in my name and it's defending Cascada so I'm not that chuffed.
ggg, are you Peter Pinsent?
I was all over teletext/ceefax.
The Void/ The Vibe/ Chatterbox etc.
Once somebody included me in a "If 'Ziners were <insert kooky subject matter here>" list. Proudest day of my life.
I remember the first time I was on ceefax I asked a question about OMD. I took a photo of the screen with a throwaway camera, such was my pride, but the camera flash just reflected off the screen and ruined the picture :(
I was 'The Way And The Light'.
I was also fifteen.
not that I had anything against you ten minutes ago.
sends in all his geri halliwell diatribes in the proper post. no email for this man.
If a letter is printed in the void, it is no longer the void. Therefore, you never wrote a letter.
I used to mope on there quite regularly when I was 16 or so. Still post on Vegetable Revolution occasionally too.
he used to write into so many things i read as a yoof
what's ptext? or is that a typo?
mailbox does ring a bell actually.
mailbox was intially another letters page but eventually descended into a hilarious mess of injoke and had very little to do with the channel itself.
of Park Avenue, a TELETEXT SOAP OPERA, on it.
i helped get the editor of Ptext into anime. i was one of about five people who knew his real name.
i was a cool teenager, huh?
What was yr username on ptext?
was the ITV Oracle service lost its licence at the end of 1992 so they had to finish Park Avenue and opened up a competition for final episode storyline ideas. The winner suggested ***SPOILER*** that one of the characters announce at the new year party for the whole street that he'd been writing down everything that had happened there over the previous however many years and had had a commission from Oracle to write a teletext-based soap opera around it.
Paul Rose has written a postmodern CBBC sitcom for Dani 'Tracy Beaker' Harman, apparently, which I quite fancy seeing. Probably only once, mind.
as a manics fan i'm sure i'd have fitted in.
and i'm not telling you that, oh no..
I was 'The Fresh Prince of Luton' and 'Poemboy'