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a facebook-style frontend for wikipedia


Welcome to townoak.com. townoak.com is a facebook-style frontend for wikipedia.

Townoak is what my last name means 'auf deutsch,' at least according to a letter recollecting Europe in the 1940's. Stadt means city or town, eich means oak. According to the urban legend in this letter, my ancestors lived near some oaks at the edge of town..

Among other things, townoak.freeservers.com contains a list of countries, regions, and cities from which people have going to townoak.com pages since November 2018. Based on info from analytics.google.com.

These pages and subpages are described as "a facebook-style frontend for wikipedia". Most pages are like this with usually about 5 pictures across with brief captions under the pictures which contain links to either subpages or ultimately wikipedia pages.

Edward M. Stadick
townoak.com/things/accounts

Arlington Heights, IL
January 2020


The wikipedia article for the word 'Noun' begins "Nouns are a part of speech typically denoting a person, place, thing, animal or idea." townoak.com has those five sections. The last four sections are based on individual groups within the person(people) section.


PEOPLE SECTION


Artists Business Leaders Colonists and Patriots Criminals Entertainers
Explorers and Settlers Government Leaders Journalists Military Musicians
Presidents Religious Leaders Scientists and Inventors Social Reformers Social Scientists and Educators
Sports Figures Supreme Court Justices Writers Others


Matt D., Jacky Miller, Lion’s Roar(lionsroarrecordsltd), and Emily Rollins came across these pages(townoak.com/entertainers/m1940, townoak.com/at, townoak.com/entertainers, and townoak.com/artists/m1850) and asked that I share their page.

Let me(Ed) know(robinanded@hotmail.com) if you have a site you would like highlighted. It is nice to see that people stumble across my pages that I create mainly as a way to kill time..




PLACES SECTION

Originally this section had the 50 states, 6 outlying areas, and 1 district of the United States. Now that info is at townoak.com/us.

Later this section had the continents. Now that info is at townoak.com/3.

Soon the info here now will be moved to townoak.com/0 and this section will contain info on galaxies.
Sun
Sun(townoak.com/0)
Terrestrial planets
Mercury(townoak.com/1) Venus(townoak.com/2) Earth(townoak.com/3)
Moon(townoak.com/3/1)
Mars(townoak.com/4)
Phobos(townoak.com/4/1)
Deimos(townoakcom/4/2)
Giant planets
Jupiter(townoak.com/5)
79 Moons of Jupiter
Saturn(townoak.com/6)
82 Moons of Saturn
Uranus(townoak.com/7)
27 Moons of Uranus
Titania(townoak.com/7/17)
Neptune(townoak.com/8)
14 Moons of Neptune
IAU Dwarf Planets
inner Solar Systemtrans-Neptunian region
Ceres
(townoak.com/minorplanets/1)
Pluto
(townoak.com/minorplanets/134340)
5 Moons of Pluto
Haumea
(townoak.com/minorplanets/136108)
Hi`iaka
(townoak.com/minorplanets/136108/1)
Namaka
(townoak.com/minorplanets/136108/2)
Makemake
(townoak.com/minorplanets/136472)
S/2015 (136472) 1
(townoak.com/minorplanets/136472/1)
Eris
(townoak.com/minorplanets/136199)
Dysnomia
(townoak.com/minorplanets/136199/1)
List of possible dwarf planets
List of possible dwarf planets
90482 Orcus
(townoak.com/minorplanets/90482)
Vanth
(townoak.com/minorplanets/90482/1)
(208996) 2003 AZ84(townoak.com/minorplanets/208996)
satellite(townoak.com/minorplanets/208996/1)
120347 Salacia(townoak.com/minorplanets/120347)
Actaea(townoak.com/minorplanets/120347/1)
307261(townoak.com/minorplanets/307261)
50000 Quaoar(townoak.com/minorplanets/50000)
Weywot(townoak.com/minorplanets/50000/1)
(532037) 2013 FY27(townoak.com/minorplanets/532037)
satellite(townoak.com/minorplanets/532037/1)
(225088) 2007 OR10(townoak.com/minorplanets/225088)
S/2010 (225088) 1(townoak.com/minorplanets/225088/1)
90377(townoak.com/minorplanets/90377)
Small Solar System bodies
The inner Solar System, from the Sun to Jupiter. Also includes the asteroid belt (the white donut-shaped cloud), the Hildas (the orange "triangle" just inside the orbit of Jupiter), the Jupiter trojans (green), and the near-Earth asteroids. The group that leads Jupiter are called the "Greeks" and the trailing group are called the "Trojans"
Small Solar System bodies "SSSBs are: the comets;
the classical asteroids, with the exception of the dwarf planet Ceres;
the trojans; and the centaurs and trans-Neptunian objects, with the exception of the dwarf planets Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris and others that may turn out to be dwarf planets."
CometsList of minor planetsList of unnumbered minor planets
CometsList of minor planets List of unnumbered minor planets


THINGS SECTION

Books
based on Writers
Buildings
based on Architects(under Artists)
Companies
based on Business Leaders
Museums
based on Works of Art
News Outlets
related to Journalists
sorted by most trusted
Secondary schools
based on Social Reformers
sorted by number of Nobel laureates
Universities
based on Social Reformers
sorted by number of Nobel laureates
Works of Art
based on Artists
Facebook Accounts Twitter Accounts Youtube Videos Route 66

townoak.com/pinterestaccounts

townoak.com/instagramaccounts

townoak.com/things/centraloffices

townoak.com/things/coins

townoak.com/things/computers

townoak.com/things/stamps

townoak.com/songs

townoak.com/things/spacecraft

townoak.com/programs/androidapps

townoak.com/things/sipsoftware

townoak.com/websites

townoak.com/things/searchengines

townoak.com/videogames


ANIMALS SECTION

based on Scientists.
Vertebrate

Group I: Superorder Afrotheria

    Clade Afroinsectiphilia
        Order Macroscelidea: elephant shrews (Africa)
        Order Afrosoricida: tenrecs and golden moles (Africa)
        Order Tubulidentata: aardvark (Africa south of the Sahara)
    Clade Paenungulata
        Order Hyracoidea: hyraxes or dassies (Africa, Arabia)
        Order Proboscidea: elephants (Africa, Southeast Asia)
        Order Sirenia: dugong and manatees (cosmopolitan tropical)
Elephants
includes Jumbo
Manatees
no known named individuals
Hyraxes
no known named individuals
Group II: Superorder Xenarthra

    Order Pilosa: sloths and anteaters (neotropical) 
    Order Cingulata: armadillos and extinct relatives (Americas) 

Group III: Magnaorder Boreoeutheria

    Superorder: Euarchontoglires (Supraprimates)
        Grandorder Euarchonta
            Order Scandentia: treeshrews (Southeast Asia). 
            Order Dermoptera: flying lemurs or colugos (Southeast Asia)
            Order Primates: lemurs, bushbabies, monkeys, apes, humans (cosmopolitan)  
        Grandorder Glires
            Order Lagomorpha: pikas, rabbits, hares (Eurasia, Africa, Americas)  
            Order Rodentia: rodents (cosmopolitan) 
    Superorder: Laurasiatheria
        Order Eulipotyphla: shrews, hedgehogs, moles, solenodons  
        Clade Scrotifera
            Order Chiroptera: bats (cosmopolitan)   
            Clade Fereuungulata
                Clade Ferae
                    Order Pholidota: pangolins or scaly anteaters (Africa, South Asia)
                    Order Carnivora: carnivores (cosmopolitan), including cats and dogs  
                Clade Euungulata
                    Order Cetartiodactyla: cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and even-toed ungulates, including pigs, cattle, deer and giraffes 
                    Order Perissodactyla: odd-toed ungulates, including horses, donkeys, zebras, tapirs and rhinoceroses
Camels(Tylopoda) Pigs(Suina) Hippos(Hippopotamidae) Whales(Cetacea)
includes Keiko
Ruminantia
Infraorder TragulinaInfraorder Pecora
Chevrotains
no known named individuals
Giraffes
no known named individuals
Deer Pronghorn
no known named individuals
Musk deer
no known named individuals
Ruminantia/Infraorder Pecora/Family Bovidae/Subfamily Bovinae/Tribe Bovini
Ruminantia/Infraorder Pecora/Family Bovidae/Subfamily Bovinae/Tribes Boselaphini & Tragelaphini
Subfamilies Aepycerotinae, Alcelaphinae, Antilopinae, Cephalophinae, Hippotraginae, Pantholopinae, Peleinae, Reduncinae
Ruminantia/Infraorder Pecora/Family Bovidae/Subfamily Caprinae
Cattle
includes Bodacious
Antelope Goats Sheep
perissodactyls (odd-toed ungulates)
Rhinoceroses
includes Sudan(last known male northern white rhinoceros)
Horses
includes Man o' War
Tapirs
no known named individuals
Invertebrate Brood XIII


IDEAS SECTION

Ideas
based on Religious Leaders

townoak.com/ideas/isupportyourmarriage Infomation about isupportyourmarriage.com and related sites. I am one of six admins at isupportyourmarriage.com which is a facebook group with 7,502 likers.

townoak.com/ideas/freezeminwage

townoak.com/quotes


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