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Postby dani luddington » July 25th, 2005, 7:59 pm

come to think of it i dont know that i have ever seen the main page for this site, yepps! this place is such a gem, somehow we need to get the word out to more folks. personally i tell every folder i come across about the O-list and the forum. (smiles) dani
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Postby origami_8 » September 7th, 2005, 6:48 pm

pnpurdue wrote:I really don't know the url for this site. haha thekhans something.


I think it´s easier to remember the url to saj´s homepage:
http://snkhan.co.uk/origami
http://snkhan.co.uk/origami

The advantage of this method is that I always get an overview over the last ten posts :-)

pnpurdue wrote:But whenever I want to go to the forum all I do is type in "pnpurdue" at the top of the address bar and bam it takes me straight to the forum


An interesting method. I´ve tried it, but all I´ve got was your Yahoo-profile (http://profiles.yahoo.com/pnpurdue).
Haven´t you ever thought on bookmarking this site?

pnpurdue wrote:I have a link on my site that links to here


Why don´t you update your profile with a link to your site? So you would have the reverse effect, promoting your site with this forum (and to tell the truth, I would very like to see your site).
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Postby origami_8 » September 8th, 2005, 12:07 am

pnpurdue wrote:You're now a Forum Manager?? Congrats!


Yes, Thanks!


pnpurdue wrote:My method worked before. *sigh* it's not working anymore.


Maybe you should really bookmark the site...


pnpurdue wrote:The direct link to my origami page is:

http://pnpurdueorigami.blogspot.com


Indeed very nice made. I like your gallery.
Please update your account informations with this link!
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Postby TheRealChris » September 8th, 2005, 12:47 am

Maybe you should really bookmark the site...


I know a couple of people, that made a single HTML-page with their most important bookmarks on it, and uploaded it somewhere. so they are able to access their bookmarks from all over the world :)


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Postby Joseph Wu » September 8th, 2005, 1:28 am

TheRealChris wrote:I know a couple of people, that made a single HTML-page with their most important bookmarks on it, and uploaded it somewhere. so they are able to access their bookmarks from all over the world

Some people (like me) have written PHP scripts so that we can edit our online bookmarks lists anytime we like. It's password protected, too!
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Postby saj » September 8th, 2005, 1:57 am

Way off topic, but I use del.icio.us. You can easily 'tag' your links with important phrases and keywords (like 'Origami'). Additionally, the list is always available in XML format, and can be edited from anywhere. You can also subscribe to other people's lists too, and the handy bookmarklet (or favlet) allows you to easily add new sites to your list.

Oh, and it's free.

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