Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
>> The Ning.com ... to increase its monthly charge by 140 percent
- Move to gSites - it's free. While it is less fancy, for this kind of organisation may prove even better. Quakers are still know for simplicity.
If we're talking 'Google Sites', that looks to be a source of private sites -- whereas part of what we're doing out here (for well or ill) seems to be to maintain an entirely public Quaker presence on the web.
Question -- who if anyone minds me keeping, perhaps later publishing their comments from here? I've just backed up all my 'blogs' from here (April 2009->), accidently 'liking' a few [Bill Rushby, you are not alone!] when I'd miss the [previous post] button.
Zim, by the way, seems to be an excellent free program for storing these things in readily sortable text structures.
gSite - public or private - u decide
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