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- If you haven't already, please add your name to the new user log to let others know a little about yourself.
- Read the article describing how to edit a page and feel free to experiment in the Sandbox.
- When editing pages, use the preview button before submitting and try to fill in the summary box for every edit.
- Eventually, read the Manual of Style and Policies and Guidelines.
- If you need help, post a question at the Help Desk or ask me on my talk page.
- Explore, be bold in editing pages, and, most importantly, have fun!
P.S. One last helpful hint. To sign your posts like I did above (on talk pages, for example) use the '~' symbol. To insert just your name, type ~~~ (3 tildes), or, to insert your name and timestamp, use ~~~~ (4 tildes).
I am pleased to announce the creation of the first ever atheist wikiproject. The project is still in its infancy, and will need some love before it begins to take shape. Please help in any way you can. Thanks! Hezzy 03:49, 30 July 2006 (UTC)
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Do you happen to have a screenshot or know of where I can get a screen shot for the new lower display line on the IntelliStar that's being beta tested in Atlanta and Pittsburgh? Just curious... Figured I'd ask you, because you're the one who made the edit, heh... —TRAiNER4 (talk • contrib) 18:16, 30 May 2008 (UTC)
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Thanks for reverting the vandalism to my page! Thanks also for updating the number. ;) – Zntrip 18:49, 30 June 2009 (UTC)
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