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October 31 2006

Update: The Multimedia Project meets its goal before it closes. The goal was to finish out the request of the remaining libraries before November 1st and the verse, as usual, stepped up to the task. Just a few days ago webragous announced that the site had met and surpassed its goal. The remaining funds will go to the LA Food Bank.

Congrats to webrageous (aka killinj) for all of her time and effort, and to all those who donated time, money, and DVD's to this cause. It will be sad to see it go.

[ edited by RavenU on 2006-11-02 03:59 ]

Sorry to see this go but it was a fine project. Thanks to all who put in the effort to make it a success.
Its goal. It's = it is.

For Halloween, I am going dressed as an asshole Grammar Goddess. ;-)
What a great project, I am so glad to hear they reached their goal! Also, glad to hear about the remaining funds going to the food bank. Classy, classy fan base indeed.
Very classy. Great job!
We did something similar here in Austin. Held a raffle for a Browncoat and raised enough for 2 Firefly boxsets and 3 copies of Serenity for the local library system.

Good times!
Very well done! Yay for the fans!
The Project raised funds to provide complete sets of Buffy, Angel, Firefly and Serenity to 20 libraries. It also sent Firefly DVDs to 3 military units stationed in Iraq. A total of 215 DVDs were donated.

Fans, acting on their own, reported donations of 123 DVDs and 55 books to 32 libraries, 2 charitable organizations and 1 military base.

If you wish to continue supporting public libraries, I'd like to recommend donating to the rebuilding effort of the New Orleans Public Library.

$450 will be donated to the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank.

Thank you all for your support over the last few years.
killinj - thanks to you for all of your tireless and enthusiastic efforts to spread the love of the 'verse(s) and giving us all the opportunity to be a part of something so wonderful.
Thank you, killinj. It was a wonderful project and a great idea.
Great job, Browncoats! Yay especially for your work, killinj and webragous! :-)
FYI, killinj = webrageous, although it did sometimes feel like I was doing the work of two people! ;)

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