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John, et al., get a CPANEL site, install a few apps, and try them out.
For instance, about five bucks a month will get you an account. Then
you can install WordPress to your site, and enjoy it. You could also
grab any of the wiki variants out there, and install.
Wiki is probably more appropriate as a doc tool, whatever that means.
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 2:15 AM, David Neeley <dbneeley -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> First, FYI, I *have* been "paying attention" but your various
> questions have been at best somewhat confusing.
> WordPress is not itself an "authoring tool"--although it contains a
> somewhat rudimentary text editing tool internally as well as the
> ability to add graphical content of various kinds
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