Earthpages.ca

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USAGE TIPS

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  • Avoid profane language that could get the web site designated as “mature.” This would isolate Earthpages from the greater blogosphere and work against our mission statement
  • Do not plagiarize or submit malicious, defamatory, abusive, threatening, offensive, hateful or any other material that may violate any applicable laws
  • Do not impersonate another person or use a fictional character for a nickname that might be under copyright (e.g. James T. Kirk, Elektra)

Found a dead link?

This can happen because Earthpages is a blog, and every time we update an entry or article to the front page, its web address changes. So a previously active link suddenly becomes inactive.

You can still type a desired topic in the search box at top right. Searches like this might not always bring a desired entry or article to the #1 position, but they will pull up related material (along with what you’re looking for).

We like searching this way because many related ideas usually appear for a given topic. And a holistic approach to knowledge often brings us closer to the truth than, say, focusing on one small aspect of a topic.

Just try searching “Jung,” for example, in the search box. Here’s what you’ll find.

https://earthpages.wordpress.com/?s=Jung

Not just the entry about Jung, himself, but loads of related ideas. Cool huh?

 

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2 thoughts on “USAGE TIPS

  1. Can we use your articles or pieces of your articles as long as we give Earthpages.com the credit? Usually, I would post a link with thanks to the original authors at the end of the post. Thanks for your time in this matter. LOVE and Light always, JoJo

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  2. Hi, thanks for asking. I don’t own earthpages.com. Seems someone’s been squatting on that one since the late 1990s. So, with earthpages.ca, that’s fine the way you did “Wu Wei.” As a rule of thumb, about a paragraph representing what the entry is about should be okay, with credit and hyperlink back to the full entry at the original source.

    Earthpages.org is a different kettle of fish. Many authors submit there with the understanding that they will only be published there. One author took great exception to the various sharing blogging tools that WordPress offers. They withdrew all their material from earthpages.org because they were so strongly opposed to it. So please ask first if you are talking about material at earthpages.org.

    But again, with earthpages.ca, about a paragraph of representative material with hyperlink back to the source is okay.

    MC

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