Posting Comments…

I’ve received a few emails, from a few of you, expressing your frustration and confusion in connection with attempts to comment. The publisher of another blog that I follow set forth the following instructions, which I think will help. (Note: you will need a Google account.

Step 1: Open blog, read post and find a small underlined link directly under the post on the right side. It will say ‘0 comments’ or ’12 comments’ or however many comments there are.
Step 2: Click on that link and it will bring you to the comments page.
Step 3: Write your comment in the box on the right (anyone who has access to the blog will be able to see your comment, so keep that in mind)

(From here, follow whichever step 4 relates to you…)
Step 4a: If you are already ‘logged in’ to your google account, you will be able to publish your comment immediately by clicking on the button that says Publish.
Step 4b: If you are not already logged in, you will need to do that (sign in boxes will be below the comment box) and then you can publish the comment.
Step 4c: If you don’t have an account, you will need to create one before you can publish. Once you log in, follow steps above.

I’m guessing most people hit a snag if they don’t have a google/blogger account so watch for that step.

Thanks to Sara Pearson, for the instructions.

March 1 Open Thread

I’m trying a new idea in connection with today’s Seminar and Discussion; this is this Blog’s first “Open Thread”.

The idea, for those of you who are new to this, is to just open it up for comments, starting with a topic and allowing the readership to let it go from there.

So, to start it all off — Any thoughts about what the legislature has done this session, and what we, in the community association industry can and should do about it?

And remember, as you comment; this is an open (and moderated) blog. What you say can and will be seen by many others!