Message Board

Art imitates Life. Look: no messages.
Art imitates Life. Look: no messages.

This space is for messages, announcements and appeals.  It’s for everyone. Scroll to the end of the messages to put your message in the comments box.  After approval, your message will appear first in the list.

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7 Replies to “Message Board”

  1. Scroll to the bottom of the blog-site (or find the down-arrow at extreme bottom-right) to see Billy Lee’s Twitter Timelines. They include separate French Language, Politics, Government, and Science live Twitter Feeds.

  2. Click the Home tab at the top of the site to display the most recent articles, which you can scroll through, one after the other. Otherwise, select the title of any post in the right-side column to display only the one article and its unabridged reader comments.

  3. I’ve collected the best science feeds on Twitter and and put them in a Timeline at the bottom of the site. Find the down arrow at extreme lower right and click it to find them. Scroll the tweets to find the very best science related posts on the Web.

  4. Just a quick and friendly reminder to check out our revised privacy policy and process pages. If you need a password to my private journal postings, email or private message me for consideration.

  5. I just found out what “Bookmark the Permalink” means at the end of articles and posts. You click on it and the URL is supposed to be saved to your browser, so you can visit the article again. I tried it. It doesn’t work.

  6. It’s more fun when you join in. E-mail me articles or post speedos & messages. Or simply comment. It’s all good!

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