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Will discussions or blogs work better for posting swap requests? Let me know what you think. It looks like you can delete your replies... that will be key.

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Comment by Indira on January 17, 2009 at 12:10pm
I think that listing the puzzle by manufacturer, perhaps by theme, animals, scenary, etc. a checklist of hard, meduim, easy. Age level, adult, all ages, etc. All these would make is easier to list and sort thru. Then if someone wants a puzzle they can ask for it.

Have you looked at what swaptree does for books, something along those lines would be very cool. The only thing about their site is using UPC or ISBN, they don't recognize a lot of numbers, they are still growing.
Comment by Jack Bellis on January 17, 2009 at 12:38pm
I'll take a look. I'm just using a pre-built social netoworking site, so I'll be limited to what ning makes available. They do have categories, so at least that much should be possible. Thanks, Jack
Comment by Jack Bellis on January 19, 2011 at 8:13am
Good ideas about categorization. This site is simply an instance of a Ning social site with its built-in capabilities. I don't do any design or programming to make it work. It's mostly a learning experience for me but it's gotten a following and that's great. I'll make sure I'm not missing any of it's features that answer your needs. In the meantime if all posts include one or more of these words, "adult child difficult easy impossible" that will help with search. Thanks, jack


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