Does IB need a website? Like maybe a forum? That would be nice, because you don’t wanna bother people who are busy with questions, and unless we get busy signs or something.. Rather, it could be like a Ajax-based Question and Answer forum where it would be like, you would be on this website and then you’d be writing your Biology study guide and doing stuff and “pop” a question scrolls down “Hey what are we supposed to attach to the 6A lab for davies?” and then you’re like “Oh I know” and you like “type type type type” and press “Respond” and the clueless guy on the other end sees an answer scroll into his window and he’s like okay! And then I see the question and the answer and I press “confirm” saying yeah that’s what I heard too and then it doesn’t involve any page changing because of AJAX man awesome shit if this took zero effort to make and zero effort to maintain and actually worked but still, it’s like a absolutely-quiet study hall where you have telepathic communication where you can choose to mute out everything or something, I don’t know what to compare it to, but anything that’s unbelievably awesome. Then there’s the problem of getting people to use it because, for all I know, there’s some idiot crap on Facebook that does exactly the same thing. Though, it’s not awesome because it’s not made by Roger, but that’s a different’ story. Heh joking. Oh and maybe you could be like “I’m gonna open a new page where people can dump notes for the next history test or something and then it’s like a community thing, but that would suck because, actually, no it wouldn’t suck, it’d be pretty great. Then we can laugh at the AP people who are website-less and laugh at facebook just because it’s laughable and laugh at IE users cuz they can’t go on the site and laugh at our tests cuz we’re all prepared and laugh at how easy IB is but that won’t really happen unless.. see this kind of social.. I want to say social engineering but that means something else, though not completely unrelated. I thought sociologists had it easy but turns out this stuff is pretty damn hard.