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"Hi Eric and welcome to Codetown! Now you have a website: http://www.codetown.us/profile/Erickovar Here are some features you'll like at Codetown. You have a blog built into your webpage. People can subscribe using this RSS feed…"
Feb 1, 2010
Eric kovar commented on Michael Levin's blog post What are you working on these days?
"The Parking Spot is a brilliant real estate play. They needed very little expensive road frontage, but acquired huge amounts of inexpensive land for parking for pennies on the dollar."
Feb 1, 2010
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How did you hear about Codetown?
Mike the Man
What are your main interests in software development?
smart phone software
Do you have a website?
http://no, but I need one don't I
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looking forward to joining in

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At 9:09pm on February 1, 2010, Michael Levin said…
Hi Eric and welcome to Codetown! Now you have a website: http://www.codetown.us/profile/Erickovar Here are some features you'll like at Codetown. You have a blog built into your webpage. People can subscribe using this RSS feed http://www.codetown.us/profiles/blog/feed?user=Erickovar That's a little long, so they can just click on the feed icon at the end of your blog to subscribe. Anything you blog winds up in column 1, row 1 of the Codetown homepage, just like a newspaper. You can join groups, post comments, create discussions, events and even create your own group. There's a share feature that lets you share items with other networks like Facebook. And, your friend features let you connect with other people and invite friends to join. But, best of all, this is a community of like-minded folks - they all love software development and are willing to share what they know. For your website, just remember "codetown dot com slash profile slash Erickovar" Enjoy! All the best, Mike
 
 
 

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