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Jun 15th, 2006 4:49 AM #1
I'm in the process of writing some new material in physics and astrophysics for the site to add new material. Firstly, do you guys (or have you) read the articles on our home site? If the answer is yes, I'd like to get an idea of what AO is missing.
We've been looking for writers for over two years and have had NO interest, so it appears we'll have to do it ourselves until we get some volunteers. Keep in mind, by writing for us you can get Contributor benefits. Contributions aren't limited to financial contributions. If you have no money to give, but love the site and want to help...look into writing for us. For more questions about writing articles for AO send me a PM, because my email is broke for the next few days. I'll update this thread when my email works again.
Anyhow, those of you who love this place and participate constantly...check the main site http://www.armageddononline.org - Look at the menu and post here what you think is missing. It doesn't matter the subject at all. Make a suggestion on more material that we could add that we don't so far. Even if you've read stuff and you think we need to update what's already posted. All fine. This thread is designed to grab everyone and ask the populous what AO is missing.
This isn't a poll. So, we're not counting votes to determine what will be added or changed. Any single person can list something that could spark our ideas and drive us to research and write. I'm talking from science to the extremes. No limitations! As the Armageddon Online administrator, I'm asking for all of your help! Post here to give some clues or ideas.
This is an open forum for discussion!
Jun 15th, 2006 4:59 AM #2
Im not much of a writer laz.... And besides my field of expertise grows more and more specialized in non AO content each year.
and yes I do read from the main site.I aggressively attack stupidity... If you feel I am being aggressive, well....
Jun 15th, 2006 5:17 AM #3
Well, that's appreciated, DBA. But ideas are welcome. I mean, you don't have to be a writer, but if you have ideas of subjects you'd like us to add and what not...let me know! Your idea could trigger me into the reasearch to try and write an article based off it? You know?
I'm asking ideas before writers.
Jul 5th, 2006 1:21 PM #4
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Hey I would be more than willing to write site articles. If you would like my services just pm me and I will see if I can write an article on that subject.A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.- Friedrich Nietzsche
Jul 5th, 2006 7:32 PM #5
Basically, any topic anyone believes would fit and make great material for AO share! There are no boundaries aside from AO boundaries. Even if you don't think you can write or anything like that, your ideas would be more than enough for our team to begin writing on a subject.
A suggestion to DBA: You served in the US military for a significant amount of time and I know things were learned in that experience. I served myself, but nowhere near what you may have put in and I learned a LOT that is held from the public. Shoot ideas in this thread or send me a PM with ideas. Even if it's just a topic and nothing more. Any help from our public will help us write what our public is interested in.
Aug 6th, 2006 7:57 PM #6
When I first started attending this site, several years ago now, it was part of my routine to read up on the latest articles you had posted. (I hadn't joined as a member until this year) I read just about every article you had and was duly freaked about it after I must confess.
If you want ideas, an article maybe going over global warming or the runaway greenhouse effect which I read about on another site. It was scary for sure.
I couldn't see that you directly had an article on that (if I'm wrong my apologies)
FYI - I think this is a wonderful site, it is informative and now that I go to the message boards alot, it's interesting, alot of very intelligent people in your group.
Thanks"Gravity is a contributing factor in nearly 73 percent of all accidents involving falling objects"~ Dave Barry
Aug 7th, 2006 12:28 AM #7
Global Warming is definitely one of the top priorities in our article queue. It, in itself, will take some time to research and to grasp enough viable information before we'd provide a summaration article. Global warming is quite the controversy these days. But, it's definitely on the "to do" list. If you have any informative links to share that would help our research please provide them.
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