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Postby John Germain » Tue Oct 10, 2006 7:52 pm

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Postby Anonymous » Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:04 pm

This is great news. I have a lot of respect for John Wilkins, having
read his posts on www.talkorigins.org and the talkorigins usenet .
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Postby Timothy Chase » Tue Oct 10, 2006 11:34 pm

On 10/10/06, mikeybrass <mike@antiquityofman.com> wrote:
This is great news. I have a lot of respect for John Wilkins, having
read his posts on www.talkorigins.org and the talkorigins usenet .

Have we announced the BCSE on TalkOrigins yet?

We might also try for some reciprocal links with other blogs. I
should think, for example, that Carl Zimmer will be interested. And
there are others.

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Postby Jaf » Wed Oct 11, 2006 1:44 am

On Tue, 10 Oct 2006 18:36:54 -0500, you wrote:

On 10/10/06, mikeybrass <mike@antiquityofman.com> wrote:

This is great news. I have a lot of respect for John Wilkins, having
read his posts on www.talkorigins.org and the talkorigins usenet .


Have we announced the BCSE on TalkOrigins yet?

We might also try for some reciprocal links with other blogs. I
should think, for example, that Carl Zimmer will be interested. And
there are others.

A selection of three or four banners for people to put on their own websites
would be good too. I'll have a go tomorrow, and offer them up for
criticism.
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Postby Anonymous » Wed Oct 11, 2006 9:15 am

Timothy Chase wrote:

Have we announced the BCSE on TalkOrigins yet?

No we haven't. Any volunteers?
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Postby Timothy Chase » Wed Oct 11, 2006 2:21 pm

On 11/10/06, mikeybrass <mike@antiquityofman.com> wrote:

Timothy Chase wrote:

Have we announced the BCSE on TalkOrigins yet?

No we haven't. Any volunteers?

I could do it in about twelve hours - I am just about to go off work.
I am figuring that what we need is basically something quoting the
right material from the front page. Something short. Might also be
nice to mention a few of the features of our new website as well,
though - as this what people will end up interacting with most at
first. The message boards, the Wiki, etc..

Of course if someone else beats me to it, I won't be that sore, I think...

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Postby Timothy Chase » Thu Oct 12, 2006 5:37 am

I have sent the message in to Talk Origins. Since it is a new topic, it has to go through their moderators. Sorry about the delay.
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