User:GroveGuy/Sandbox

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  • Money adjusted for inflation -- example: $9 million in 1913 (equivalent of approximately $220 million in 2016).

Another formula: ($218 million as of 2017)

Map of the Roman empire under Hadrian (ruled 117–138 AD), showing the location of zeguma.


  • Chicago style: Books in italics. Articles in "quotes".

wikipedia number of times article is looked at: http://stats.grok.se/

[1] US CITIES guideline
[2] wikiproject geographical coords

Repairing links to disambiguation pages - [[Wikipedia:Disambiguation pages with links|You can help!]]

Articles needing coords

Repairing links to disambiguation pages - correct misspelling
Repairing links to disambiguation pages - reduce overlinking
Repairing disambiguation problem - link to wrong page

User:Edward/Find link

GroveGuy (Talk)

add student teacher ratio
ratio = 5:1


Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
  • ALL CATALOGUED: Recent changes to all pages catalogued for WikiProject Pittsburgh
  • ALL CATALOGUED: Recent changes to all pages catalogued for WikiProject Miami
Mandelbrot sequence small.gif Go slowly insane as you sit and stare...


1996 miami financial crisis
http://dlis.dos.state.fl.us/barm/rediscovery/default.asp?IDCFile=/fsa/DETAILSS.IDC,SPECIFIC=559902,DATABASE=SERIES,
Museum of Florida history / Florida's World War II Memorial / NAF Dinner Key
http://www.museumoffloridahistory.com/mfh/exhibits/wwii/sites.cfm?PR_ID=101



writers from florida
Done - David Fairchild
Next - Philip Wylie


sample reference process. As seen in the featured article Economy of the Han Dynasty.

Done - Addison Mizner  - Fairchild  - Ralph Munroe  - Philip Wylie  - Ransom School  - John Kunkel Small  - Eastern Airlines  - Thomas Harris  - G. P. Putnam's Sons  - John Bishop Putnam  - Carl Fisher  - Contact (novel)  - Schultze and Weaver  - John C. Lilly  - Ryder  - Charles Deering  - Shutts & Bowen  - The Miami Herald
Next -  - Coconut Grove  - Wilson Mizner

thomas Harris

Harris' friend and literary agent Morton Janklow said of him: "He's one of the good guys. He is big, bearded and wonderfully jovial. If you met him, you would think he was a choirmaster. He loves cooking - he's done the Cordon Bleu exams - and it's great fun to sit with him in the kitchen while he prepares a meal and see that he's as happy as a clam. He has these old-fashioned manners, a courtliness you associate with the South[1]."

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ Cowley 2006 p. 45
Bibliography

References[edit]

Notes
Bibliography
  • Goldstine, Herman H. The computer: from pascal to von neumann. Princeton, NJ: Princeton university press, 1972. isbn 0-691-02367-0.


To strike text you can use <s>text</s>, this will render text. Also, also, edit this and you can see how <nowiki> works.
On Google maps - point to something / right click / click on "what's here" / coords are on left
but better to use the Geolocator - use minutes & seconds, not decimal - http://tools.freeside.sk/geolocator/geolocator.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Florida_articles_missing_geocoordinate_data
25°44′38.14″N 80°12′57.25″W / 25.7439278°N 80.2159028°W / 25.7439278; -80.2159028 - see Crandon Park for use of scale

Collapsed information: see article Charles K. Kao for how it is done.

Miami Metropolis newspaper http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00119/allvolumes

to upload a file (example: Charles Deering)

  • 1. see button on left: Upload File. Click on it
  • 2. choose: Image from website (to get correct licensing)
  • 3. Fill in stuff, under licensing pick: First published...before 1923



to kill an article - simply replace everything with a #REDIRECT Example article

note use of listas - WikiProject Miami|class=stub|importance=low|listas=Floyd, Robert L

beacon council - largest employers: http://www.beaconcouncil.com/web/Content.aspx?Page=majorEmployers

us dept agriculture - chapman field - http://www.ars.usda.gov/Main/docs.htm?docid=10134

celebrety homes in miami - http://www.celebrityhousepictures.com/matt-damon.php

ships built by AC Brown: http://shipbuildinghistory.com/history/shipyards/5small/inactive/brown.htm

I use this thing
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Kbh3rd/Vandal_warning_toolbox
to put messages on vandal's user pages

Map of Armenia and the Roman client states in eastern Asia Minor, ca. 50 AD, before the Roman-Parthian War and the annexation of the client kingdoms into the Empire