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One Sojourner's Chip-In

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About Me:
CMC since '72; compulsively tech_doc
How did you come across this network?
I think the invite came because of a post in my http://mozdawg.blogspot.com

Bernard D. Tremblay (ben)'s Blog

To begin ...

... where?

March 2008? After 13 years on the web? After 36 years of online activity in one form or another? (I could say 41 years, if I counted ham radio!)

How about this:

let's go with "something old and something new ..."

I'll let the "something blue" be the tree / blue sky / horizon JPG I just installed as the background on my profile page here. :-)

Something old:


Posted on April 1, 2008 at 23:30

Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 16:19 on April 1, 2008, Sepp Hasslberger said…
hi ben,

welcome here.

just threw 25 $ your way for hosting, starting from the groundplane blog. Wanted to comment there to tell you, but couldn't get past Word Press log in - well well...
At 19:42 on April 1, 2008, Sepp Hasslberger said…
well ben,

i read your story and just thought I should chip in. And if so little does make a difference i'm happy.

At 11:03 on April 2, 2008, Sepp Hasslberger said…
Hi -

I was just going to agree with you on "comment wall severs the thread" but I see that neat feature that allows you to see the back-and-forth comments between two people in a threaded way.

Cool. Ning never ceases to amaze me.
At 14:28 on April 16, 2008, Josef Davies-Coates said…
Hi Ben, thanks for joining this space :)

As an aside in response to Sepp's observation below, facebook (and many other sites too, actually) also lets you see comments walls wall-to-wall in an threaded way :)



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