Ning

It’s perfectly acceptable to clone now. It’s also perfectly acceptable to be the next big webmaster of a social networking site for pets, or the next hit Girl On Girl battling site—with no knowledge of programming whatsoever. How does this fit into the colliding mountains of Open Source versus Proprietary Code?

In the meantime, copy away.

The Qwerks

Belongs to Circle Number
4, The Cab Calloway

The Formula
Foreign Word, Root Word Drop (cloning?)

Literally Means
“peace, rest, tranquility” in Chinese; a Chinese river

Web 2.0 Validator Score
N/A: Produces errors (“redirection forbidden”)

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