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What other options would you suggest? E-mail WikiAnswers@answers.com. It would be great if you included URLs of Web sites with formats that you like.

What you consider to be a boring text form may be a convenient form for others. Though suggestions for improvement of the site are most welcome, it wont be fair to refer to the present form as "boring".

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