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FallacyFiles.org – Find Fallacy Files Online

  • July 7, 2008

FallacyFiles.orgThis site provides a place where you can find fallacy files. These are easy-to-read individual logical fallacies available to everyone.

Here you will be able to find all the information you need to know about the site itself, about the author of this site and about what it’s offered here. If you are interested in fallacies or would like to know what these are, this site will be able to help you both. You can start off by reading about what the fallacy files are, how to use these files, about what a fallacy is and find a wide variety of examples as well. You can also read about taxonomy, find quotes and a glossary of terms. To find actual fallacies you can select a letter from the alphabet provided on the left hand side of the site. You will then be able to select a title from the list according to the letter that you selected. This will provide you with a wide variety of information on the fallacy that you selected. You can also look in the Taxonomy section for fallacies by type. FallacyFiles.org

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XBRL Blog

  • May 10, 2008

This BLOG is devoted to XBRL – eXtensible Business Reporting Language. It is an XML dialect developed for business reporting purposes.

Business financial reporting is found in both the public and private sectors and is integral to financial management and performance. The purpose of this startup is to examine the use of XBRL to support financial management. This startup explores the issues impacting financial accounting, business financial reporting, information technology, and the applications of a standards-based technology to solve these issues.

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