Have you ever wondered what those many and varied
“Powered by ...” buttons are trying to say?
You know, the ones that appear on many websites:
like “Powered by Apache,” or “Powered by MySQL”
(see below for some hints). In a nutshell, they're saying
that the experience you are having — viewing this
website — is, in part, made possible by the
More than just that such-and-such is made possible,
it is, indeed, powered by it —
strengthened by its' presence, made better by its'
existence, enhanced by merely being there. WOW!! This
must be some super-wonderful thing, you may say.
While The e.Lib is powered by many of these, it is also
powered by something else: voila, the new button for
the Thinking visitor:
And none too soon ... Thinking is the start of something
big. Virtually all things proceed from thinking. When
followed by Feeling, and Willing ... well, you can read up on
what Rudolf Steiner says about these three abilities —
Thinking, Feeling, and Willing — by searching our site:.
SQL is an acronym for Structured Query Language, used
to create and access databases. Apache is the most used
Web Server on the internet. Both of these tools are used here
at The e.Lib.