Here is a reason for anonymity,
he Fcking nailed that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey, Jack, I was lurking on you at the HogPen, and thought you might like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AijRBQf-ato XO
Moyers knows whereof he speaks, having been a conservative mouthpiece as he once was. Over the decades since he’s redeemed himself many times over. And here is another shining example of him standing up for truth and justice.
Ok. Jack. Not being the tech savvy person most are I tend to struggle in dealing with computer and site type settings and options. And perhaps you might have seen my fish-out-of-water flipping and floppings of last night in which several folks tried to assist me in working with my archived postings, and perhaps they did succeed as I just went into it and it does look like up to date current posts are being seen.
I wonder why, though, when I checked it last night at the suggestion of a couple of folks after having said I was going back to another post to check on a possible reply and didn’t see at first any option similar to the HP “Post History”,that there was indeed similar and go here, then there, and voila!, that there was a huge break from a number of posts in that first week I was on to last night that didn’t include all the posts from that first week nor showed the posts I’d made two days ago up to last night when I was directed to switch the name in the details box to reflect the “mrhoodoo” as seen above.
I don’t recall doing anything differently in between the first week and last night that would cause many posts not to show. And do all posts made show? Or just select ones, as in that first week it only shows a few,not all I’d made.
“On the other hand, anonymity has also been shown to encourage participation; by promoting a greater sense of community identity, users don’t have to worry about standing out individually. Anonymity can also boost a certain kind of creative thinking and lead to improvements in problem-solving.”
Well.I’m gonna go have a mug of something hot and watch an episode of one of my favorite British detective shows, “A Touch Of Frost”, with the fine Jason David. See ya all at some point.
It’s on Netflix in case anyone’s curious.
oops, should someone tell HP this?
Removing comments also affects the reading experience itself: it may take away the motivation to engage with a topic more deeply, and to share it with a wider group of readers. In a phenomenon known as shared reality, our experience of something is affected by whether or not we will share it socially. Take away comments entirely, and you take away some of that shared reality, which is why we often want to share or comment in the first place. We want to believe that others will read and react to our ideas.
The medium may change, but people do not.
Makes perfect sense, Copper, but you know they wouldn’t hear it…..
excellentPoint bring it to the new page
follow the link below
Hello, The Realm.
Here is another site in case anyone is interested:
Yeah. Good site. They use disqus, e-mail verify. A little clogged with new customers right now.
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