CHeMS - Content Helper Management System

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CHeMS is the first Content Helper Management System (CHMS) in the world. It's fast, light and geek :-) Unlike all existent CMS, CHeMS helps you to create your site or blog but do NOT create it for you. It's without troubles geekest blogging system :-)



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