Nope. The Forum says that there' s only one registered user on-line. That's me.
Echoes in here... Like the Abbey (in Canto XIII of Don Juan)
"... where the silenced quire
Lie with their hallelujahs quenched like fire."
No! Wait! I'm in the antipodes. Probably most of the members are in bed, asleep, while I sit here tapping. I'll leave a little note:
I'm Peter, the publisher of MadBadDangerous.com
. The website exists for two reasons. First, Byron (or at least, Don Juan) is a sort of hobby of mine. Second, I'm preparing to publish an e-book of Byron's great epic and the website is supposed to help me attract attention to the e-book.
To be honest, it hasn't done that so far. But because Byron is
a hobby, I'm having fun anyway. For example, did you know the story behind Byron's most prominent product-placement in Don Juan (Macassar's "Incomparable Oil")? Did you know that the Rowlands who imported the gooey stuff were (awful) verse-advertisers? Did you know that they "discovered" some missing verses of Don Juan further promoting their dodgy remedies? And published
them in the first editions of the Pickwick Papers
Take a look at this
on MadBadDangerous.com. And be sure to consult Rowland Jnr.'s "Practical and Philosophical Treatise on the Human Hair."
Truly, you couldn't make this stuff up (well... not unless you're Terry Prachett).
When you're done with that, maybe you'd kindly head over to the Byron Matters section of the Forum and help me with some feedback on my project
to re-publish Don Juan as an illustrated audio-ebook.