Hi, welcome to Flash Forward Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Playing Cards with Coyote page.
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I am blog-ignorant. Not counting a couple of notes here on FF, I contribute to exactly one Internet blog -- which someone else runs. You can try the owner of the wiki, User talk:Sam McPherson. Maybe he can help. Personally, I'd rather have substantive stuff put on an appropriate episode/character/cast page within the wiki.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 22:39, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
The subject of a mole came up in "Playing Cards with Coyote". The best bet is to put something in the summary on that page about the agents discussing the possibility the a mole. Use a link like [[FBI Mole|a mole]]. After you save the episode page, you'll have a red link on the page. Copy your original text, click on the red link and paste your text into the new "FBI Mole" page; it may ask you to click in a box to create the page first. If you do these things, we will avoid ending up with a page that's an orphan. Thanks again.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 00:02, November 24, 2009 (UTC)
I agreed with with you on D. Gibbons but waffled on Chess player. If we don't get any further input on the clue page in a couple of days, we can do the rename. I'd rather wait until Thursday (Friday?) to do anything with the chess player page. I think we're going to find a lot this coming week. Personally, I think we'll eventually redirect "D.Gibbons" and "Chess Player" to Lloyd Simcoe; I just think he's a "bad man." <grin> Is "285" a certain circular highway?--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 15:42, November 28, 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for the catches. I can't set the entire Wiki to edit by registered users only. That may be a Bureaucrat option, but it's probably Wikia. They don't like to "inhibit" participation, quoting some statistic that 99% of visits are by unregistered users. I can set individual pages to restricted editing, one at a time, but so far it hasn't been too bad. I'm ruthless; vandals are gone forever. Who told these people they were cute? <rhetorical>--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 21:39, November 30, 2009 (UTC)