|New Civilization News: Heidi's Travels ~|
Category: Space Exploration
4 comments4 May 2006 @ 16:09 by jazzolog : It's Wonderful
to find you anywhere, Heidi...including here in the Subjects section!
6 May 2006 @ 10:01 by jazzolog : Here's A New One!
Heidi's emailed me to ask how the heck a member can comment on this thing. If you've arrived here from the Splash Page, it's configured so you can't. That's how Ming has it set, not Heidi. You're reading an article in the Subjects section of NCN, not the Logs. Individual Logs are configured by their "owners," and one setting is for comments from Members Only. I guess that's how the Subjects section is set up.
Subjects is one of the clicks down at the bottom of each screen after you join and are logged in. All the subjects of NCN also are a given, and your first page is a giant list of them. Click any subject and you get a list of various Log entries authors have written and declared the article is about this subject. (Unfortunately, the editor of the Logs articles---who is me...or Ming---has to identify a "subject" in order to get the blurb about it onto the Front Page...IF the author didn't bother to. I am often hurried and/or whimsical when I do it, so you may not agree with what I choose. You probably can change it though at your Update section.) But WAIT: there's more! You can write a Subjects article separately without a Log. That's what Heidi's done here.
In order to comment, you need to log in, go to Subjects, click Space Exploration, and then the title of Heidi's article, which is "Heidi's Travels" and currently is at the top of the list. Good grief, I think I probably chose the Space Exploration subject for it. Well, I told you whimsy sometimes rules my judgment.
6 May 2006 @ 12:10 by hgoodgame : Thanks Jazzy!
For the explanation, now I can comment back, lol! Actually, I picked the subject Space Exploration because it seemed most appropriate to how I felt about my journey. ;)
6 May 2006 @ 15:37 by jazzolog : Outer Space
You chose it then? I thought it was a subject for this article nutty enough that I did it. Ain't it great to find someone who is similarly off the wall?
Delightful for sure, wonder what being 'on the wall' would feel like? Hanging in a museum maybe? Not ready for that yet!
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