[ubuntu-us-in] Sites of Your Own

Jason Corfman computers at corfyscorner.com
Thu Mar 27 20:42:46 GMT 2008


I have my own website at http://www.corfyscorner.com. It is a Drupal 
install with a blog (which I update sporadically), a photo gallery 
(which hasn't been updated in a while), and various other bits of 
information.

Jason "Corfy" Corfman

dcooley at kiva.net wrote:
> Hey, why not?
>
> I have just a couple:
>
> A site I set up and maintain for the Homeowners' Association folks in my
> neighborhood:
> http://www.woodridgeassn.com
>
> A politics forum, mostly with folks from around the Monroe County/Bloomington area:
> http://www.mobtalk.net
>
> Don't let that second one scare you; the natives have been especially restless
> lately.  I think it'll get nastier the closer we get to November....
>
> Both sites are hosted (on separate accts) at suso.org (located right here in
> Bloomington), which is owned by a a local geek.  He's definitely a Linux
> enthusiast, and has been an excellent provider.
>
>
> On Thu Mar 27 14:40 , 'Miles Z Sterrett' <miles.sterrett at gmail.com> sent:
>
>   
>> Ladies and Gentlemen -
>>  I was curious as to whether anyone had sites of their own in The
>> Ether -- be they blogs at blogspot.com, or some other site you might
>> administer for a community, or just an HTML page you put out there.
>> If you wish to share, I wish you would.
>>
>> I'll start:
>>
>> http://soyunperdedor.com -- My blahg.
>> http://bikesofindy.com -- A basic forum, at the moment, for bicyclists
>> in the Indy area.
>>
>> ... at the risk of appearing to pose the question for the opportunity
>> to self-promote (astro-turfing?).  I am genuinely interested to find
>> out what sites are 'based' in Indiana, and I thought it might foster
>> even more interaction within this community.
>>
>> Feel free to ignore me, though.  No worries.
>>
>> MilesZS
>>
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