Welcome to Metababy, Version 2.2.

Metababy is an experiment in collaboration, a Web site created by its visitors. You're welcome to post anything you want on Metababy, and anybody else is free to change it.

To participate, you'll need a TypeKey account. (Creating one just takes a second, and they're free.) Click the "Log-In" button in the lower, right-hand corner of the main screen, enter your TypeKey information and you can start editing pages: navigate to a URL on the site and click the "Edit" button that replaced the Log-In link. If the page already exists, you can change it. If the page doesn't exist -- if you get a 404 -- you can create it.

The front page of the site will display the most recently edited entry.

You can include anything in a Metababy page that the browser is capable of handling: HTML, JavaScript, CSS, the whole deal. What you can't do is anything the server is responsible for, including SSI. Sorry.

If you want to include graphics or Java or any of that stuff in your page, you'll need to link to them on another site. Metababy can only serve the text/html MIME type.

Though Metababy remembers your TypeKey account name internally, it is never displayed to the public, and we will never sell or give away information about you. The identification is only required because previous, totally anonymous versions of the site were abused.

Metababy was inspired by Alexis Allen and Version 2 was designed by Leslie Harpold. Greg Knauss did the coding. All bugs, mistakes, errors, omissions and ineptitudes are his.