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As of today, you can now rate my articles. Everyone gets one vote on each article, and the system is totally automatic, and uses asp based script. This means that as soon as you have rated and article, your rating will be shown in the mean rating*. You can only vote on articles that have been put into the archive, but all articles are in there as soon as they are launched anyway. I will not be voting on any of the articles, to make sure that the results are not rigged!

Each article has 5 white stars underneath it, mouse over the amount of stars you want to give the article (1 being worst, 5 being best) and then click, and that's it! Have fun rating my articles!

*(Mean rating) All the ratings are added together and divided by the total number of ratings e.g. ratings of 5, 3 and 2 would be: 5+3+2 divided by 3 = 3 and 1/3 so it would show 3 stars.

Posted By: Christopher (Admin)
Date posted: 15th August 2009

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