Qqzm is the nickname he uses in all sorts of online forums, incuding MagicOnline. Part of the reason is "it's always available, nobody else ever takes it"... --AC
Muwahahaha. It is the handle I've used for some time. I originally got it free in a packet of Kellogg's Ricicles. It doesn't *really* mean anything, but it is quite conveniently only 4 characters long and never taken (bet you're surprised about that one). --Qqzm
There's a sheep reference there someonwhere, I know it. --Vitenka
Are you sure it's a sheep? Sounds plaintive enough to possibly even be the CUWOCS goat...--Jumlian, speculatively.
From this, do we detect (or rather, would those who don't know anyway detect) that Qqzm is a keen player of SettlersOfCatan?
How would one deduce (let alone detect) this (admittedly true) theory from the above text? --SF
I Seem to remember GeneralMelchett? going Maaaaaaaa a lot . "Security isn't a dirty word, Blackadder. Crevice is a dirty word, but security isn't." --RobHu
For those of you so inclined, I welcome PGP-encrypted email. Public key doesn't follow.
(Obvious comment follows:) Ah, but is it? What if someone mischievous had sneaked in a key of their own there? As a warning to anyone thinking of using this (and an oblique way of getting more signatures on my key ^.^), the only way to know that this is Qqzm's key and not someone else's is to get Qqzm's key fingerprint from em personally and check it, or else to form/join a WebOfTrust. --Bobacus
This, of course, also applies to ChrisHowlett's PGP key on his page.