Although there is a space below each post for your comments, readers may want to leave a comment unrelated to any specific post. For general comments, I suggest that you click on "Quick Comments" in the Label Section (right side of page) and comment at the bottom of that post. That will group general comments and make them easier to find.



Thursday, January 21, 2010

Quick Comments

Here's a Post that might be useful to those of you who prefer not to be guest authors but who may on occasion have some information that you would like to share with the group.

You do not have to register to leave comments on any of the posts. Therefore, I am creating this post specifically as a comment drop box where you can leave your information in a comment at the bottom.

On the sidebar, near the top and below the search box, you will see a title "Labels". I have labeled this post "Quick Comments." Therefore, if you want to leave a quick comment or read those left by others, you can click that label to find this post when it is no longer open.

4 comments:

  1. Charlotte Griffith9:51 PM

    Raleigh, I really like the format of this blogspot and think if used, it will do everything you hoped for while removing the stress of having to get it out on time. I did like the reminder to take a look, as the one drawback of it is if it doesn't just land in your inbox, it is easy to forget to look! I have bookmarked it, so that should help!

    You are to be commended for the time you've put into Brand Spankin' New over the years, and for your warm, creative, and humorous writing style that gave you such a loyal following. I think when people see that your "voice" is still going to be present, they'll agree that this works, too!

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  2. Charlotte (Coleman) Griffith8:16 PM

    Raleigh, in the Recent Comments on the right blue panel, clicking continue does not give me the rest of the comment. Am I doing something wrong?

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  3. Hi Charlotte, In the Recent Comments section of the sidebar, clicking the name link at the top of the comments, or clicking "continue" at the bottom of incomplete comments takes you to the Post where the comment was made. Just scroll to the bottom of the post and you should see the remainder of the comment.

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  4. Hi: Enjoyed Terry's writings on New York. We were there a few years ago, and it is an experience.
    Have a good one: Jay

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