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Welcome to your home and garden at the wiki web called “Tony Oberbrunner.”

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Bio Sketch

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We hope to offer you a path to “voice” and also a place to store some of your letters to the editors, your posts to on-line groups, your poetry and prose, your “intellectual legacy.”

You have done good work for the good cause and there are people from all over who will enjoy hearing your story and that of your allies. We hope to spark your becoming your own “wiki web master,” learning new skills as the months and years go by, until this becomes the path to your first major electronic and perhaps “hard copy” publication.

Tony, if you would prefer to only concentrate on your writing for the “Journal,” send them my way and we’ll talk about which article would be sent out for which month, hopefully all months. If you’d like to inch your way toward this resource, where you would become your own wiki master, read on!

To begin go to the top of the page and click “edit.”

A page will appear for you to cut and paste or compose on right there.

First step might be to erase all or most of this that I’m writing to get you started.

When you have finished, being sure to never indent, use “*” for bullet points and “#” for numbers, go to the bottom of the page and click “submit.”

Look at the finished product. If you wish to make further changes, to to the top of the page again to “edit,” and follow the same process.

Feel free to call me at 232 1336 if you have questions. I am working to create a situation where self managed web pages are as much a birthright as literacy.

Clear sailing,

Godsil

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Tony Oberbrunner is a retired bureaucrat who is active in progressive political issues and is also a half fast photographer. He currently works with Milwaukee for Democracy, the successor organization to the Dean for America effort. Some of his photographs will be on display at the Uihlein Peters Gallery in April.

February 05, 2005, at 10:03 PM by VirginiaCassel -
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Tony, , if you would prefer to only concentrate on your writing for the “Journal,” send them my way and we’ll talk about which article would be sent out for which month, hopefully all months. If you’d like to inch your way toward this resource, where you would become your own wiki master, read on!

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Tony, if you would prefer to only concentrate on your writing for the “Journal,” send them my way and we’ll talk about which article would be sent out for which month, hopefully all months. If you’d like to inch your way toward this resource, where you would become your own wiki master, read on!

February 03, 2005, at 06:37 PM by TeganDowling -
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Welcome to your home and garden at the wiki web called “Tony Oberbrunner.”

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(go to MilwaukeeOnLineJournalOfSocialEnterprise)

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We hope to offer you a path to “voice” and also a place to store some of your letters to the editors, your posts to on-line groups, your poetry and prose, your “intellectual legacy.”

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You have done good work for the good cause and there are people from all over who will enjoy hearing your story and that of your allies. We hope to spark your becoming your own “wiki web master,” learning new skills as the months and years go by, until this becomes the path to your first major electronic and perhaps “hard copy” publication.

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Welcome to your home and garden at the wiki web called “Tony Oberbrunner.”

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Tony, , if you would prefer to only concentrate on your writing for the “Journal,” send them my way and we’ll talk about which article would be sent out for which month, hopefully all months. If you’d like to inch your way toward this resource, where you would become your own wiki master, read on!

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We hope to offer you a path to “voice” and also a place to store some of your letters to the editors, your posts to on-line groups, your poetry and prose, your “intellectual legacy.”

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To begin go to the top of the page and click “edit.”

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You have done good work for the good cause and there are people from all over who will enjoy hearing your story and that of your allies. We hope to spark your becoming your own “wiki web master,” learning new skills as the months and years go by, until this becomes the path to your first major electronic and perhaps “hard copy” publication.

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A page will appear for you to cut and paste or compose on right there.

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Tony, , if you would prefer to only concentrate on your writing for the “Journal,” send them my way and we’ll talk about which article would be sent out for which month, hopefully all months. If you’d like to inch your way toward this resource, where you would become your own wiki master, read on!

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First step might be to erase all or most of this that I’m writing to get you started.

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To begin go to the top of the page and click “edit.”

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When you have finished, being sure to never indent, use “*” for bullet points and “#” for numbers, go to the bottom of the page and click “submit.”

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A page will appear for you to cut and paste or compose on right there.

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Look at the finished product. If you wish to make further changes, to to the top of the page again to “edit,” and follow the same process.

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First step might be to erase all or most of this that I’m writing to get you started.

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Feel free to call me at 232 1336 if you have questions. I am working to create a situation where self managed web pages are as much a birthright as literacy.

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When you have finished, being sure to never indent, use “*” for bullet points and “#” for numbers, go to the bottom of the page and click “submit.”

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Clear sailing,

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Look at the finished product. If you wish to make further changes, to to the top of the page again to “edit,” and follow the same process.

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Feel free to call me at 232 1336 if you have questions. I am working to create a situation where self managed web pages are as much a birthright as literacy.

Clear sailing,

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Welcome to your home and garden at the wiki web called “Tony Oberbrunner.”

We hope to offer you a path to “voice” and also a place to store some of your letters to the editors, your posts to on-line groups, your poetry and prose, your “intellectual legacy.”

You have done good work for the good cause and there are people from all over who will enjoy hearing your story and that of your allies. We hope to spark your becoming your own “wiki web master,” learning new skills as the months and years go by, until this becomes the path to your first major electronic and perhaps “hard copy” publication.

Tony, , if you would prefer to only concentrate on your writing for the “Journal,” send them my way and we’ll talk about which article would be sent out for which month, hopefully all months. If you’d like to inch your way toward this resource, where you would become your own wiki master, read on!

To begin go to the top of the page and click “edit.”

A page will appear for you to cut and paste or compose on right there.

First step might be to erase all or most of this that I’m writing to get you started.

When you have finished, being sure to never indent, use “*” for bullet points and “#” for numbers, go to the bottom of the page and click “submit.”

Look at the finished product. If you wish to make further changes, to to the top of the page again to “edit,” and follow the same process.

Feel free to call me at 232 1336 if you have questions. I am working to create a situation where self managed web pages are as much a birthright as literacy.

Clear sailing,

Godsil

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