I'm back on a little Shakespeare kick again! (Those who know me know that I get somewhat obsessed with certain topics for awhile. Shakespeare is one of those things I keep revisiting.)
I've been quite active lately on a great Shakespeare website called PlayShakespeare.com. It's a website that has the Complete Works, and a host of other features that are quite enjoyable: the ability to post videos and pictures, audio resources, discussion groups, a forum, and more. Today, I discovered that they also have XML formatted versions of the First Folio plays, with original spelling, that you can download and put on your own website. So I have a new feature on my website: the entire Folio text of Hamlet, which you can see by clicking on the "Hamlet" menu link in the upper right of this page! Give it a try.
I've got my Profile on PlayShakespeare looking like I want it, and have become active in some Groups, as well as posting a little bit in the Forum. It's hard to tell how many people actually participate on the website, and I haven't managed to have any real conversations with other Shakespeare fans yet, so we'll see what happens.
So check out my First Folio Hamlet page here on Corybanter, and if you're a Shakespeare enthusiast, give PlayShakespeare a look-see. Thanks for reading.
(adj.) wild and frenzied; from Greek κορυβαντες (Korybantes)