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Today's the 10 Year Anniversary of Sports E-Cyclopedia's Launch


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On This Date: "As the 2001 baseball season began, a new webpage came forth, as the Sports E-Cyclopedia officially launched."

Hard to believe that it has been a decade since it all started for Frank and the Sports E-Cyclopedia.

10 years and still going strong- from Today's Three Stars to NFL weekly picks, previews, and round-by-round playoff predictions, Frank and the site have come a long way since then.

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How much did Tnak pay this SabresRule guy to announce the 10th anniversary of his site launching? Dude's got all of 56 posts...

I thought the same thing.

I could swear Tank started his own thread to announce the anniversary. My first thought when I saw this one was "why are there two of these?"

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Good to hear design is more important than content. Maybe I should add some bells and whistles.

The design has improved over the years, but the team histories should have better grammar. I don't go to your website very often, that doesn't mean it's bad or good, but you need to improve the grammar a lot.

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To be honest, I visit the site quite often. I find it very helpful, and I can bypass the grammar issues. There's great historical content and it appears that you've put in alot of hard work compiling the records, history, and images, Tank. I will say that the Jazz page really needs updating, but the site as a whole is very good for its content, in my honest opinion. Congrats on the anniversary, Tank!

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Its tough updating but I am working on it. Too busy at times it seems.

Eh, no worries. Like I said, you've already put in alot of hard work as it is, and I understand that it can be a very busy task. Just keep up the great work, and thanks for the site!

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You would thnik taht a site that labels itself as an encyclopedia woudl have, good grammer adn, spellnig.

Nah, wiki killed that lovely standard.

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You would thnik taht a site that labels itself as an encyclopedia woudl have, good grammer adn, spellnig.

Nah, wiki killed that lovely standard.

wiki often steals from me :cursing:

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