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'''Portals''' are ways for groups of like-minded individuals to join and describe the principles of the [[definition]] in their own words, to collect resources, and to discuss. Be creative in editing -- they don't have to appeal to anyone but the group of people they are meant for. You are free to link to non-free resources which you think should be free, but be sure to emphasize the distinction.
'''Portals''' are ways for groups of like-minded individuals to join and describe the principles of the [[definition]] in their own words, to collect resources, and to discuss. Be creative in editing -- they don't have to appeal to anyone but the group of people they are meant for. You are free to link to non-free resources which you think should be free, but be sure to emphasize the distinction.


 
* [[Portal:Free Culture Soapbox]]
* [[Portal:News]]
* [[Portal:News]]
* [[Portal:Science]]
* [[Portal:Science]]
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* [[Portal:Art]]
* [[Portal:Art]]
* [[Portal:Educational Materials]]
* [[Portal:Educational Materials]]
* [[Portal:Intellectual "Property"]]
* [[Portal:Alternative business models]]
* [[Portal:Novels]]
* [[Portal:Novels]]
* ''[{{SERVER}}/index.php?title=Portal:Index&action=edit Add yours!]''
* ''[{{SERVER}}/index.php?title=Portal:Index&action=edit Add yours!]''

Revision as of 07:56, 10 March 2007

Portals are ways for groups of like-minded individuals to join and describe the principles of the definition in their own words, to collect resources, and to discuss. Be creative in editing -- they don't have to appeal to anyone but the group of people they are meant for. You are free to link to non-free resources which you think should be free, but be sure to emphasize the distinction.