How to build and embed link boxes

Create an asset publisher and configure it to your custom feed. Then grab the embed code for your site. This will update when new links are added. Feel free to re-tag any content or to move it off your site. 

How it works

The CORE of  the project is that you push aside something you don't like in the information flow. You do not remove it but rather push it to one side. The act of pushing aside by ADDING metadata is a creative one as it will push it into the view of other people who will similarly push the object into view of others until it reaches the people who are interested in it. We are therefore not BLOCKING content, but re-directing it. All content posted within the broad guidelines of the hosting environment should stay in that bigger project. If it isn't right for your particular project, you should remove it by adding to it, not blocking it.

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Campaign For The Protection of Rural Wales - Pembrokeshire

Campaign For The Protection of Rural Wales - Pembrokeshire (http://www.loveitorloseit.info)(Opens New Window)

CPRW is a registered charity concerned with land use in Wales, CPRW Pembrokeshire is concerned with Pembrokeshire. We hold the land in trust for our children, in 2006 this is desperately important at a time of population growth, gross commercial pressure and an increasing lack of control of and information about planning decisions. With the proposed changes by the Wales Assembly and detailed and unaccountable legislation from the E.U. it is impossible for one person to keep up with all the changes, this site is to share information so that decisions can be examined in an informed manner. It will only be as good as its postings. Pembroke National Park, Pembrokeshire County Council, and Blairs devolution of control of SSIs and Conservation areas to local groups which may have enthusiasm but rarely have the knowledge to reach decisions about the competing priorities of access and use and their long term conservation. Pembroke Town has all these problems, in the past decisions have been made by dominating pressure groups often with no specialist knowledge. The result can be seen. The changes in process will destroy any historic or cultural value which may be left.