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I just updated the main page with a slightly more useful note than before, and a link to the mirror, until the new page is fully addressed.  --[[User:BaconSandwich|BaconSandwich]] 04:39, 15 Feb 2005 (MST)
I just updated the main page with a slightly more useful note than before, and a link to the mirror, until the new page is fully addressed.  --[[User:BaconSandwich|BaconSandwich]] 04:39, 15 Feb 2005 (MST)
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:I think that the old page should be moved elsewhere (e.g. "Old FAQ") and then we can replace the current one with the new stuff.
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:Note to helpers: We don't need the entire text of the FAQ on the page, only interesting stuff (e.g. solutions to the puzzles). But we could put the text of the old FAQ on that page, for posterity (plus a link to the mirror). [[User:InterruptorJones|<nowiki></nowiki>]]<small>&mdash;&nbsp;[[User:InterruptorJones|InterruptorJones]]</small>[[<nowiki></nowiki>]] 07:49, 15 Feb 2005 (MST)
==FSU fun fact==
==FSU fun fact==
:*Many of the questions appearing on "Email FAQ" were taken from a Question and Answer session featuring [[The Brothers Chaps]] at their <i>alma mater</i> [http://www.fsu.edu Florida State University] on November 7, 2003.
:*Many of the questions appearing on "Email FAQ" were taken from a Question and Answer session featuring [[The Brothers Chaps]] at their <i>alma mater</i> [http://www.fsu.edu Florida State University] on November 7, 2003.
I've only been able to confirm that there actually was an event that [[The Brothers Chaps]] attended at FSU on November 7, 2003 via [http://filmschool.fsu.edu/warrenreport/2003/10-31-03.html this webpage].  However, I could find nothing about the FAQ questions being asked there.  If I remember correctly, the Email FAQ was already on the site at that time.  Can anyone else confirm or refute this?[[User:Tom|<nowiki></nowiki>]]  --  [[User:Tom|Tom]] 00:38, 30 Dec 2004 (MST)
I've only been able to confirm that there actually was an event that [[The Brothers Chaps]] attended at FSU on November 7, 2003 via [http://filmschool.fsu.edu/warrenreport/2003/10-31-03.html this webpage].  However, I could find nothing about the FAQ questions being asked there.  If I remember correctly, the Email FAQ was already on the site at that time.  Can anyone else confirm or refute this?[[User:Tom|<nowiki></nowiki>]]  --  [[User:Tom|Tom]] 00:38, 30 Dec 2004 (MST)

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New FAQ Page

As has been noted a couple times already in inappropriate places, there is a new FAQ page which is based off a 'Highlights' magazine. I'm relatively new here, so I don't know how this is handled. Do we continue another section of this page, or create a new page? Most of the actual FAQ's are the same, just the presentation is different. And how accurate is calling this 'Email FAQ'? Most of the questions are not about sb emails. The previous incarnation currently exists here, and probably will be maintained somewhere on that site. --BaconSandwich 04:19, 15 Feb 2005 (MST)

I just updated the main page with a slightly more useful note than before, and a link to the mirror, until the new page is fully addressed. --BaconSandwich 04:39, 15 Feb 2005 (MST)

I think that the old page should be moved elsewhere (e.g. "Old FAQ") and then we can replace the current one with the new stuff.
Note to helpers: We don't need the entire text of the FAQ on the page, only interesting stuff (e.g. solutions to the puzzles). But we could put the text of the old FAQ on that page, for posterity (plus a link to the mirror). — InterruptorJones[[]] 07:49, 15 Feb 2005 (MST)

FSU fun fact

I've only been able to confirm that there actually was an event that The Brothers Chaps attended at FSU on November 7, 2003 via this webpage. However, I could find nothing about the FAQ questions being asked there. If I remember correctly, the Email FAQ was already on the site at that time. Can anyone else confirm or refute this? -- Tom 00:38, 30 Dec 2004 (MST)

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