Talk:Students with web presences

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Should we make a listing for blogs, too? Or rather, blogs, livejournals, and all other personal pages with dated entries? Maybe we could have a separate section, instead of a whole separate page, or maybe we could have a whole separate page. --07djd 22:48, 8 March 2006 (EST)

I think one page will suffice. People with a blog and a homepage surely have a link to the former on the latter. People who want to link to both here easily can in one line.--05jl 23:33, 8 March 2006 (EST)

Maybe the title should be something more general like "Students with some sort of web presence"? Although of course that particular title sounds dumb, but I can't think of anything better at the moment. There are probably lots of people who have some sort of blog/journal etc. but no home page per se. --Brent 12:33, 9 March 2006 (EST)

When we have to choose between titles being accurate to the nub, and titles being something someone will use in text, I prefer the latter. Students' journals are their homepages when they don't have another homepage, right? If a change is made, I'd put forward "Students with personal webpages". Or "Students' webpages" in which case the preface shoudl specify this is only for personal pages, not just favorite links.--05jl 17:15, 9 March 2006 (EST)