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Adding Links

As part of the Summer 2008 upgrade, we’re beginning to add links.  There are many, many peace related web sites.  With the advent of the Google search engine, link indexes have become less important.  So we will begin adding links that have organic relationships to our work, but without any immediate claims to comprehensive scope.  If you have a link in mind, please nominate it via email to the web editor: gmosesx at gmail dot com

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Overlapping Categories

WordPress categories may overlap, and here at the CPP website they often do. For example an article in a newsletter will appear under Newsletter, Articles, and Volume Number (V23), also in the year of publication under Archives. When viewing a post at this website, you will find categories for that post listed at the bottom of the entry. Clicking on a category name will return the archive for that category. And don’t forget to use the search function at the top right of the website to search for authors, etc.

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WordPress Structure

During the summer of 2008, Concerned Philosophers for Peace is moving our web site. We are adopting a WordPress platform with a Structure theme. WordPress is a popular open-source blogging tool with a vibrant community of developers and users. Structure is a WordPress theme developed by Justin Tadlock. The theme offers a flexible options menu, so that changing the organization and appearance of material can be done very quickly.

Please consider contributing to these worthy projects: WordPress, Structure

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Looking for the CPP website?

The old site is still up at benezet.org/phpnuke, but we’ve moved all the old articles over here. Stay tuned for updates.

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Archive Project

We are beginning to archive previous CPP newsletters, beginning with Volume 11. This is an eerie exercise, since it begins with articles written during the first Bush war on Iraq. You may access the archive of newsletter articles at the right column menu via the year of publication (1991) or volume number (11.1 and 11.2).