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Hawke Mostly Offline over the Summer

by Hawke Robinson published Jun 06, 2016 10:20 PM, last modified Jun 06, 2016 10:21 PM
This won't impact the RPG Research community. Just an FYI for folks that I am personally going to be mostly offline most of the coming summer. This _may_ include periodically being in the wilderness where there isn't any cell phone signal (let alone Internet)...

Just an FYI.

The RPG Research Project Community Website will still be running while I'm away.. Please still feel free to register a new account, work on the bibliography, make blog postings, have discussions in the forum and chat room, upload documents, etc. I will have some community member volunteers run things in my absence.

Right now I am in the middle of finals. Then I have the gender-bias research project data crunching all month. I'm unplugging from all the other distractions to focus on my family, health issues, and more focused on wrapping up existing research, so I can clear my overflowing plate.

The best means of contacting me if it is not urgent, is to email me directly. rpgresearcher at gmail dot com 

I won't be doing much social network checking at all.

I will still be working on the most urgent research projects that I need to wrap up, but I won't be doing much online interaction, and I won't be taking on any new projects for the coming year (at least).

If it is urgent to get a hold of me, then call my home, cell phone/text, or skype phone.

If I do get some long overdue time in the wild, when in the wilderness, I try to get to a location that has cell signal about once per week (usually Mondays) and catch up on voice mail.

If I am not in the wild, then I will answer direct phone calls or cell text messages as soon as I can.

I also won't be checking email as often, maybe 1-2 times per week.

Cheers!

-Hawke

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