Frequently Asked Questions
What are these ratings and comments at the bottom of each post?
Community members can rate each post by giving them a thumbs up or a thumbs down. We take that data to show the community which are the highest rated and most rated posts on the site.
The community also has the ability to add their own comments to each posting on the site. All you need to do is add some basic information (like your name and e-mail address, your website address is optional) and you’re set. We have a running list of recent comments and top commentators so other community members can see what others are saying and join in on the discussion.
Do I have to register to rate or comment on this site?
Nope. Anyone is free to rate and comment on posts on the site. One warning, however: If you attempt to spam or post defamatory, derogatory, inflammatory comments, you might find your comments not getting posted. Do it once and we’ll delete your comments. Do it more than once and you could find your ability to access the site restricted.
What’s this Share / Save button at the bottom of each post do?
The Share / Save button allows community members to share individual posts with the rest of the world using a variety of social bookmarking sites like Digg, del.icio.us and Facebook for example. You can also e-mail a friend blog postings found on this site as well.
How do I contact the bloggers?
You can contact each blogger through their biography pages, which you can easily find by clicking on their name in any of their posts on the site.
My blog isn’t listed on your site. How do I get it added?
We welcome anyone who’s interested in getting their blog added to the community blogroll; all you need to have is a with a working RSS feed. Just send our site administrator an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with your blog’s name, site address and a link to the RSS feed for your blog and we’ll review it for inclusion inNotes from the Blogosphere as soon as possible. Please note that if your blog includes pornographic, racist or defamatory content we won’t be adding it.
When do the blogs get updated?
Our bloggers typically post once a day to three or four times a week depending on their work schedules. As for the automated feeds that populate Notes from the Blogosphere those should be updating every day.
Any other questions?
Drop our site administrator Rob Kauder a line at email@example.com.
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