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Where do you go to find a missing goblin? - goblinsearch.com

Baughurst UK - March 28, 2001 - where do you search when you think that the Old Wessex Division of the Goblins has kidnapped your five year old son... again?

You've tried the back garden. You've gone into the cellars of the old bookshop in Petersfield near to the Waitrose carpark, where they live, but Gunnar the king of the goblins says that they haven't got him. To make matters worse, even the goblin minions who were supposed to be looking after him, have vanished, leaving behind nothing but a salty wet space on the carpet where his bunk bed used to be, and only a silvery fish as a clue, and even that evidence was eaten by your jack russel, Snoozy.

The answer turns out to be - www.goblinsearch.com. That problem occurs in an as yet unpublished children's story about the goblins which live in Petersfield in Hampshire, so the author Zsolt Kerekes, thought it would be prudent to register the domain name, and by the way, include on it his first children's story - "Alexander Woyte and the Goblins".

"I wrote this story over a year ago, as a surprise for my godson Alexander" says the author. "Ever since then, he's been asking for more. I noticed that the quality of bedtime stories for young children, wasn't very high, and thought I would have a go at writing something modern and different. Childern have a pretty rich fantasy life, and I thought that by blurring the edges between real places, and real people but using fictional goblins, I could try to hold the attention of a four year old for about half an hour. We use a cartoon character, called Megabyte the Mouse, as the editor on my enterprise computer storage portal called STORAGEsearch.com, and that's aimed at adult computer buyers. So it shows that there's a real need in all of us for something magical."

The first story, "Alexander Woyte and the Goblins" can be seen now on www.goblinsearch.com. There are no log-ins, no passwords, and you can read the entire story free on the web. As you'd expect, there are some ads. But you haven't seen ads quite like this before.

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ACSL, publisher of goblinsearch.com, was founded in 1991 to research the Sun Microsystems market and publish related data products. ACSL publishes 2 web directories: the SPARC Product Directory http://www.sparcproductdirectory.com and STORAGEsearch http://www.storagesearch.com. ACSL is a member of the branding organization SPARC International, Inc. ACSL explores various publishing segments from time to time to learn more about the aspects of web marketing outside the B2B computer segments which are our core business.

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Terrorbyte wanted to publish his autobiography. He knew Megabyte was an editor of some publication or other so he took him out to lunch and asked for his advice. Megabyte replied...

"If you want to write about what you get up to when you find a young couple whose car has broken down outside your scary castle in Transylvania on a dark stormy night, you'll need to send it somewhere else... Maybe you'd better call it a work of fiction" he added. "That will avoid trouble with the police... and make it easier to find a publisher. I only publish scary stories about computer storage. If you ever write one of those I'll be happy to consider it."

goblinsearch.com - this web site is sponsored by Gunnar's Goblin Hammers - (makers of the finest picnic protection tools since 1862)

goblinsearch.com, concept, stories and text copyright © 2000 to 2001 Zsolt Kerekes

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graphics images by David Mellor - Dynamite Design for ACSL

This is a work of fiction. All characters in this publication are fictitious and any resemblance to actual goblins living or dead is purely coincidental or due to ensorclement beyond our control