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- thanks alf - so many interesting things going on behind the scenes here... ffangs 14:09, 18 October 2005 (UTC)ffangs
I noticed that you are possibly going to grad school to study Neuroscience, and thought you might be interested in this project which I am involved in, The Psychology Wiki.
I won't say too much, as I'd like you to judge it for yourself, but you should find that it is different from Wikipedia, because approximately 90% of our contributors so far are professional psychologists, academics, or students and trainees.
Its hosted by a company called Wikia, which was founded by Jimmy Wales and Angela Beesley. There are Google Ads on the site, but we dont make money from the project, they're just to pay for the bandwidth, storage and technical support that Wikia give us.
Have a look and see what you think
Mostly Zen 23:59, 29 July 2006 (UTC)
- thanks, that looks pretty interesting, especially the ability to add personal experiences ffangs 16:24, 17 August 2006 (UTC)ffangs
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