|Help us in writing an article for an online newspaper|
Dear webmasters! My father has written an article on our website (forum) for an online newspaper (its not published yet). Please read this article and help us in making it more professional. Please note that we are a foriegn language website.
Some of the "country name" netizens would certainly be aware of a newly launched website “website domain” which is fast becoming popular amongst our younger generation. Within 10 months of its launching its membership has crossed 4000.
This website is unique in a way that it focusses mainly on spreading IT education in our own language. Its team believe that speed of knowledge is always faster in native language. The site can be accessed free of charge and therefore even the less privileged among us can benefit from this facility.
Built on Vbulletin, the inudstry standard online community software, the site is accessible round the clock. It is hosted on one of the fastest servers and can be browsed at a very high speed.
The site comprises of sections namely Tutorials, Articles, Computers & internet, Tips & tricks, Websites, Softwares, Computer dictionary, Internet dictionary, Science & maths, literature, Curren Affairs & General talk.
There are loads of tutorials and articles on a variety of topics including graphic and web designing, programming, operating systems, browsers, internet and computer hardwares to help those who want to enhance their IT skills sitting at home. Dozens of IT Gurus are found discussing or resolving each others problems at a time. So if you are stuck somewhere, don’t hesitate to post your query and get an answer instantly. Similarly, if you want to help the less privileged in our society, you are welcome to contribute by posting article or tutorials.
The site is being managed by a team of 18 moderators voluntarily. They regularly contribute to their respective sections. They are always willing to assist you in any trouble shooting.
The membership of the site is free so anyone is welcome to join. The process is simple and you can open your account by filling an online registration form available at the site. This would enable you to avail those facilities which are available to members only such as posting of messages, uploading files directly from your hard-drive, viewing other members’ profile and contacting them through private messages.
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Some of the "country name" netizens will certainly be aware of our newly launched website, “website domain”. This site is fast becoming popular amongst the younger generation of "country name". Within 10 months of its launching, the membership has passed 4000.
This website is unique in that it focusses mainly on spreading IT education in our own language. Our team believes that knowledge is always shared more rapidly, and more accurately, in one's native language. The site can be accessed free of charge, and therefore those who are less privileged amongst us can still benefit from this unique facility.
Built on Vbulletin, the industry standard online community software, the site is accessible around the clock. It is hosted on a state of the art server, connected to a fast network, and can be browsed at a very high speed.
The site is comprised of sections, namely, Tutorials, Articles, Computers & Internet, Tips & Tricks, Websites, Software, Science & Maths, Literature, Current Affairs & General Discussion, and also an online Computer Dictionary, and online Internet Dictionary.
There are loads of tutorials and articles, on a variety of topics, including Graphics and Web Design, Programming, Operating Systems, Browsers, Internet, and Computer Hardware, that will help those who want to enhance their IT skills, while being able to remain at home. Dozens of IT Gurus can be found discussing, or resolving, each other's problems at any given time. So, if you are stuck somewhere, don’t hesitate to post your query; you will get an answer, almost instantly. Similarly, if you would like to help the less privileged in our society, you are welcome to contribute by posting articles or tutorials.
The site is being managed, voluntarily, by a team of 18 moderators. They regularly contribute to their respective sections. They are always willing to assist you in any trouble-shooting.
Membership is free, so everyone is welcome, and invited, to join. The process is simple; you can open your account by filling in an online registration form available on the site. This will enable you to take advantage of those facilities which are available to members only, such as posting of messages, uploading of files directly from your hard-drive, and viewing other members’ profiles, as well as contacting them through private messages.
Log on to "web address" today and join our electronic family.
<added> I just tweaked it a little and added some commas. Stef, JCO.</added>
Nice rewrite, Stefan.
Hey Roger, thanks.
I stumbled across that request late in the evening, after a few beers, and since I had already done a couple of proof-reading sessions earlier in the day, (putting other people's notes on our site), I was on a roll...
I don't know if it ever got used, but it's nice to know someone read it... I figured it had just drifted out with the tide, never to be seen again.
You can get it edited "semi-professionally" on elance for as low as $50.
I take it you want to present this intro in English. If so, don't forget to spell check it. For example, "focusses" (Stefan's version as well) is spelt "focuses".
Hey, it was late... I did consider spell-checking it, actually, but when my last beer was finished, so was I... ;-)