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WhiteWings:
Design is a real art imo. Being a perfect programmer doesn't mean being able to design a good layout.

Organizing and linking all stuff is hard. But it gets even harder if "user friendly to a wider audience".
That means beginners and more experienece people.
Personally I've been thinking about a system similar this:
On the frontpage the user can select 3 levels: beginner, moderate advanced.
The screen is roughly devided in 3 main area's
A]
A list of topics.
Depending on the level certain topics/articles are hidden.
At beginner level on the straight forward stuff is shown.
Certain topic are totally hidden.
Of other topics only the easy parts are shown. See below.

B]
The area where the actual article is/can be read.

C]
A small pane linking to books that are relevant to the subject (level)

The articles should ofcourse be organized by subject

sven:
there is an interesting book, from 1761, I think Whitewings found it in the first place.

http://www.archive.org/details/universalrestitu00ston

I recommend to download the pdf version, might be of some value

Whence Eternity by Alexander Thomson is the most scholarly article I think I have read about Greek ain

http://tojuki.tripod.com/id24.htm

this might also be of great value

eaglesway:
Found both the sites sven listed very cool, excellent, edifying and choc full of unique stuff. Glory

HartleyDamboiseII:
I just want to post a few suggestions for the new site.

Have a full version of E-Sword built in, and Have all Tentmaker; J.P.Eby; Sigler; and anyone you think is good Printed works ready to cut and paste, and of course I think all of Concordant Publishing Concern should have their works cut-able or paste-able.

Just my thoughts.

and have a way to see instant posting with out having to go back and click the forum and click the topic to see what is new.

Lee Damboise II

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