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あきまして おめでっと ございます 
Akimashite Omedetto Gozaimasu
Happy New Year
Sretna Nova Godina
I don't have any great ideas at this time for my user page so there might not be any creative elements to it, for now. But it looks like it is changing as it seems to finally be coming all together and starting to look good. I have been over a few other interesting user pages and I have a cool beta version in the works. In the mean time, this is it. Welcome and enjoy your stay. And how can I forget; if you have any questions, comments and request or anything else, please leave me a message in my discussion page.
Update: This is the beta version I was talking about. Now I have an even better version in the works. This one will be moved in to archive when I release the new one.Update: The old verion is in the Archives and this is the final build of my user page. I really like it. It's so me. With thanks to Ian13 for the idea.
Useful Stuff 
- Server info - gives live statistics on Wikipedia and network usage ect.
- User scripts - some nice user scripts.
- Speedy deletion candidates.
- WP:TOOLS - an interesting selection of random tools.
- Firefox URL shortcut - useful for a whole manner of websites.
- Interesting articles of the month
"ORBITER is a free flight simulator that goes beyond the confines of Earth's atmosphere. Launch the Space Shuttle from Kennedy Space Center to deploy a satellite, rendezvous with the International Space Station or take the futuristic Delta-glider for a tour through the solar system - the choice is yours.""But make no mistake - ORBITER is not a space shooter. The emphasis is firmly on realism, and the learning curve can be steep. Be prepared to invest some time and effort to brush up on your orbital mechanics background. Good starting points are JPL's Basics of Space Flight, and R. Braeunig's Rocket & Space Technology."