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I'd like to start off by thanking every contributor for making this board a success! There have been a ton of articles added since this board's creation, and we have you to thank for it.

I just wanted to throw out a little note about this board. Due to copyright issues, we cannot allow the entire article to be posted. Because of this, we'd like to ask that anyone who posts an article either post a summary, or the first few sentences or paragraph of the article they are siting and the link to the article. Of course it's fine to add anything additional on your own, and invite questions or conversations based on the article.

Thank you for your attention to this note!

-- Raine

Message Edited by Barry on 02-05-2008 04:08 PM
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