User: Notanalternativ

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Shine on you crazy diamond...

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Hello there. I'm not an alt. I'm a guy who dedicates his time towards listening to music, reading books, playing video games, and contributing information to this website. My primary interest lies within music (and the consumption of it), but I enjoy looking into lost pieces of media as well. Hence why I created this account. The image seen on the right side is from a music video for Pink Floyd's "Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1 - 5)". A beautiful song that brings a really strong emotion from me whenever I listen to it.

I'm by no means perfect. I can make some dumb mistakes like simple grammar errors, not including enough information, or including information from an invalid source. So I sincerely appreciate it when others edit my own contributions that correct my mistakes. Thank you :).

Contributions

These are some of the more major contributions I've made so far. These can range from major contributions that required a lot of research and finding to gather up to simple rewrites or corrections of previously made pages. Either way, it's something that I've touched a bit.

# Article Name Description
1 Super Mario 64 Spaceworld '95 Demo (lost video game demo; 1995) The very first article I've ever worked on AND the very page I've ever created. It still contained a lot of smaller errors but other than that, I'm really proud of it. What inspired me to make this page was viewing various pieces of footage containing demo.
2 Dynablocks/Roblox (partially found beta builds of online game; 2005-2007) To be honest, I felt like the article needed a revision. It felt like an outdated rough draft more than a complete page. I did get a few things wrong (like including a source from Roblox Wikia) but I still feel proud of my rewrite for the article.
3 Sonic X-Treme (found build of unreleased Sega Saturn video game; 1996) This is one of my smaller contributions. The article suffered the same issues that the Roblox article had, but still provided a lot of useful information. So I revised it a bit to include more information and interesting tidbits.
4 Team Fortress 2 (partially found original builds of PC game; 1999-2006) The first time I saw the article, it needed so much work to be done that it was tagged for needing work. But thanks to various community members from Team Fortress 2 discovering old interviews and information regarding the different iterations of Team Fortress 2's troubling development cycle, I took up the challenge and rewrote the entire article from scratch. I'm proud of how it turned out.
5 WiiConnect24 (partially found video game demos; 2006-2013) I was genuinely surprised by the fact that it wasn't tagged for needing work. It was incomplete and had outdated information. So I rewrote major chunks of the article to include more useful information. Took me about 30 minutes to finish.
6 Silent Hills (cancelled horror game; 2015) Just like with the WiiConnect24 article, I'm surprised by the lack of information the article provided. It gave the basic rundown but never went into greater detail about other stuff (like the prototype builds mentioned by one of the collaborators). So I rewrote the entire article.

Current "Projects"

I got nothing. Sorry!

Contact Information

I don't usually view my own talk page. So it's best if you check out these other websites that I use. It's better to contact me there than here.

  1. Twitter
  2. Album of the Year