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SHARK:
Greetings!

I'm in the process of working out some kinks in a new website, and would appreciate your input on it. For those who are interested, please sign up and let me know what you think!

http://forum.sharkempire.com/default.asp?Group=1

Thanks!

Semper Fidelis,

SHARK

BillBrasky:
Why is registration required to see the site?

SHARK:

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Greetings!

Thanks! I fixed it!:)

Semper Fidelis,

SHARK

bondetamp:
Jesus, that's a lot of different forums! :eek:

I think you might want to reduce the number a bit, as most of them will be empty or semi empty unless you get several thousand members. :)

On a different note: You place the shift between enligthenment and modern European history at 1900. Most books I've seen puts 1850 as the (semi-arbitrary) start of modern history. Something with  Romantic Art, the British Empire and the rise of Nationalism, I suppose. Is there any reason other than convinience you use 1900? (Please note: I'm no scolar. It's just that I've seen 1850 as the treshold often enough that I figured it was something of a general consensus. :))

SHARK:

--- Quote from: bondetamp ---Jesus, that's a lot of different forums! :eek:

I think you might want to reduce the number a bit, as most of them will be empty or semi empty unless you get several thousand members. :)

On a different note: You place the shift between enligthenment and modern European history at 1900. Most books I've seen puts 1850 as the (semi-arbitrary) start of modern history. Something with  Romantic Art, the British Empire and the rise of Nationalism, I suppose. Is there any reason other than convinience you use 1900? (Please note: I'm no scolar. It's just that I've seen 1850 as the treshold often enough that I figured it was something of a general consensus. :))
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Greetings!

Hey Bondetamp! Well, I suppose it was just out of convenience and seeking symmetry with the other forums' cut-off points.:) As for the number of threads, well, there used to be a website that I was a member of where I was a frequent poster, and the forum there had all kinds of scholars, veterans, and just well-educated or well-read members that made the historical conversations really special. Since then, the website has undergone radical negative changes, and is no longer a very fun or interesting place to have such conversations. So, in my own little way, I hope to develop a site where such vigorous and focused conversations may flourish.:)

Semper Fidelis,

SHARK

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