This site runs the Joe_CMS (the name is still a work in progress), which I wrote after trying to get some of the "big" CMS's working for weeks. The intent of this CMS is simplicity. You can create new pages easily, link within the site easily and manage a blog easily. You can even make changes to the CSS and templates online (if you're so inclined), you guessed it, easily. For more examples of where this CMS is used check out Technically Learning, my non-profit to help kids learn science and mathematics and
Katherine Sather's website.
Check it ou on github at: http://joebasirico.github.com/Joe_CMS/
Technically Learning was founded over four years ago by a small group of friends tired of complaining about the lack of women and minorities in their fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The founders, most of whom are still board members, believed (and still do) that every child, regardless of their gender, race or socio-economic background, should have the opportunity in the STEM fields.
By improving the quality of STEM education through fun, exciting and engaging activities, projects and curriculum, we believe that more children will choose higher education and pursue careers in these fields.
Recently Technically Learning was merged with code.org
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I created WikiRater as a project to help me create an algorithm to automatically rate the quality of a Wikipedia article. I'd love to be able to request a random, high quality article from Wikipedia, read the top 100 best articles or to help the Wikimedia foundation out by highlighting the bottom 100 articles that need help. If you register and rate articles you'll be helping me do that. Each time you rate an article I'll let you know what WikiRater would have rated, so sign up and join the fun!
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