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Welcome to Geeklog Friday, May 24 2013 @ 01:48 PM EDT
The Geeklog Wiki may be down for a few days while Tom Willet (who's hosting it) is moving. We'll let you know when it's back up.
[Update: It's back up. Thanks, Tom!]
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You seem to have missed that helpful "What is Geeklog?" box we have on the front page (right side), complete with Wikipedia links.
You've heard of Wikipedia, I assume? That's a wiki. And it even explains what a wiki is ;-)
Sorry, but I don't really know how to explain it any clearer without resorting to writing a minor epic. If you don't know what a CMS is, for example, then that's okay, but that's also why we provide a link to Wikipedia there (which explains it much better than I could).
Actually, now that I re-read the Wikipedia page, I think that we should better be linking directly to the Web content management system page, which also explains the difference between using a CMS and Frontpage (since you mentioned it).
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