Past Masters: Interviews with Strider Webmasters

For Strider's 20th anniversary, I thought a fitting way to pay tribute to the game would be to sit down with webmasters of past Strider sites and get their memories and thoughts on the series' past, present, and future. It was a bit tricky to get people to respond, but I managed to get a couple of very good interviews together.

This is an ongoing, yearlong series. If you are a former Strider fansite webmaster and weren't invited to participate, it's probably because I don't know how to get in touch with you. To Bueno and the owner of The Blue Dragon, I did try to track you down, but you're hard men to find. If any former Strider webmaster would like to participate, contact me anytime in 2009 and we'll get the ball rolling.

I would like to thank everyone involved for participating, for being good sports, and for making their sites to begin with. Without you guys, I wouldn't have had the opportunities I've had, and the LSCM wouldn't be as good as it is. You each cast such a long shadow that it was difficult to find my own niche. Again, thank you.

Now, without further ado, the interviews: