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9 Rules Network: www.9rules.com

Posted on: October 8, 2005

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If you are hungry readers or newbie bloggers who want to find and dig some of good contents in the world wide web out there, then you should go to 9 Rules Network. It’s a huge place where magnificent bloggers like: Garret Dimon, Molly, Girlspoke’s girls, and many more sharing all their energies right there. Now, we’re going back to 14th April 2005, when 9rules blog is their first post.

What would 9rules be without it’s own blog? That’s a question that’s been far overdue an adequate solution. So, we’ve combined the elegant creativity of Mr. Rundle with the stellar power of WordPress to bring you the 9rules blog.
The blog’s purpose

We’re working hard to build the 9rules network, and every day we get closer to release. However, this does not mean that we do not want all of you to be involved, nor do we think that our methods are perfect. From time-to-time you will see entries on this blog dealing with decisions that we’ve made along the way. Entries very similiar to Mike’s logo entry which generated much value-added feedback, which helps us to make our work better. We appreciate your feedback, and hopefully this blog will allow your voice to be heard.
Why WordPress?

WordPress’ powerful theme architecture and plugin API gives us the ability to not only build a powerful blog, but to empower an entire Network – as you’ll soon see. WordPress is not just for blogs anymore. We’re utilizing some of the very latest features available in WordPress Strayhorn (1.5) to build the 9rules network – a platform which will drive blogging and Weblog networks to the next level.

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  • jtnt: I hate you. I had this idea a couple months ago, I just didn't actually start the site. I even went around and tracked down a few first posts of famou
  • Jim: Maddox would be very unhappy with you
  • firstpost: Hm, yes I think it will be interesting. By saying timeline, do you mean like mapping out the dates of people's first posts? Like: 17 May 2005: Eri

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