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Russell, I'm sure you meant very well in telling us about and, but it's pretty obvious that they aren't appropriate topics for encyclopedia articles. --Larry Sanger 19:21, 23 January 2007 (CST)

site articles

I was following wikipedia's lead, since it has an article on Citizendium - it's hard to know the instances when we should or shouldn't follow that tradition.

I also do worry about fraud, I think a warning is worthwhile re citipedia, which seems to be trying to cause mistaken identity. But if you aren't worried, I won't give it more thought.

Bio, please

Russell, could you kindly fill out your user page? Strictly, registration is for "read only" until some sort of bio is supplied to introduce you. Thanks, Nancy Nancy Sculerati MD 10:58, 7 February 2007 (CST)