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I get an occasional request for information to use for citing the TimePage in school papers and such. The following information is taken from an old FAQ that has been removed from the TimePage and should provide the information needed.
Citations: If you need to cite the TimePage for a school report you may want to use something like the examples shown below. Use the first one if it is a single page from the TimePage, such as the 13 Originals page, or the second one for the TimePage site as a whole. Of course you will want to arrange the information as your reporting style dictates. If you are referencing the generational cycles aspect of my site you might want to also cite William Strauss and Neil Howe and their book "Generations" on which the site was based.
*Since the page is revised on an ongoing basis you will want to obtain the latest revision date by looking at the bottom of the web page you are citing.
- Murray, William (author), "13 Originals (The TimePage)," revision date*, http://www.timepage.org/spl/13colony.html .
- Murray, William (author), "The TimePage," 2001, http://www.timepage.org/ .