Supertart  about
q.i. productions
Supertart is a webthing, itself, about webthings.
An object or entity that is not or cannot be named specifically. On the web. Referring to objects or entities that aren't or cannot be named specifically. On the web.
Supertart is a matter of concern. Informal-- A persistent illogical feeling, as a desire or an aversion; an obsession.
The q.i. intro note

It is the product of one M. Hanlon, with the aid and continual support of colleagues and friends, and a team of relatively useless people who put a whole lot of hours into Sane Magazine every week.
Special note goes to Michael Joyce, who generously allowed Supertart to host the Sonatas of Saint Francis, a collaborative webfancy between themselves, Andrea Morris, and Carolyn Guyer. He's also the guy who, unknowingly (so you can't blame him), spawned what was to become q.i. productions by encouraging a web presence, back in 1994.

M. Hanlon is also, in the first and still most popular extension of q.i., the founder of Sane Magazine.

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