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TIEM magazine #5

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DISCLAIMER: the issue(s) of TIEM is an e-magazine, created by the clockcrew, and it offers many random, silly, funny or cool stories, interviews, comics and articles.

ALSO: the views expressed on this magazine do not necessarily represent the views of the editor(s), or those of the submitter/organiser of this magazine.

CREDITS:

EDITOR: BB10-clock, AKA chris-the-stick2
COMPILER OF MAGAZINES: yomuchan-clock/ yomtoxic. (thank you)
ACTIONSCRIPT WIZARD: yomuchan-clock/ yomtoxic.
(again, thanks)
SALVAGER OF OLD TIEM MAGAZINES: BB10-clock, AKA chris-the-stick2

-ABOUT THIS ISSUE:

This issue, is the 5th magazine of TIEM, created by leek clock on february of 2006, and it discussed the thoughts of the upcoming clockday events of 2006, it mentioned the strange nature of ‘’being a clock’’ when it comes to comparing the CC with other internet (art) communities, and it even had a cool interview with ‘’jack nicolson’’, the internet-user who created the ‘’milano crew’’, that strange animation group of newgrounds that kept making odd, yet entertaining flash movies a while ago...

This magazine also mentions the dark times of the clockcrew’s old site, when bit-clock ‘’pulled the plug’’, and closed the forums/site, because he got angry by some clocks who spammed him irl with spam-letters, and spam-messages left on his voice-box.(ofcourse, later on, this turned out to be a lie, and bit-clock confessed that he simply got tired of managing an entire site by himself, so he just abandoned it for the sake of ‘’being tired with all this drama’’, which isnt hard to imagine sometimes...)

Another cool part of the magazine is rupee-clock’s + bluezombie-clock’s guide for installing the clockcrew’s site/forum skin in your i-pod/in your PSP. (remember those old things?! haha!)

also tropicana-clock goes to the movies, and he tells us what he saw there.

last but not least, strange-clock’s review about the series of ‘’carnivale’’ is quite interesting, so check it out!

''TIEM'' name idea: Yoyo-clock
general style, idea+format of this issue: Leek-clock.
I hope that you will enjoy this e-magazine, because many people worked hard for this, and it's about time their hard work got recognized.
PS:
(also note: this is not a game, but an e-magazine. it may not look like much, but it is good, and it has funny articles. please view and review this magazine fairly, and judge it with a fair hand.)

Reviews


JJMAJRJJMAJR

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked the satire of the horoscope shit on newspapers.

Oops, spoilers. :)


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TlEM responds:

yes, we certainly had fun with those horoscope-like things! :D

we thank you for your review.


DominicDelPrincipeDominicDelPrincipe

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I say, interesting. Reminds me of Apocalypse Culture I and II. Look it up. Clocks are cool and so are gears which make up clocks

Tick tock, bichez


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TlEM responds:

yes, those magazines have been a very important part in understanding the clockcrew's culture, its greatest/funniest/strangest moments, and it also helped to introduce outsiders to the CC's lore, so that they can learn more about the facts, history+art of the clockcrew...

i thank you for your great review, we will keep making those things!