Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Don't fear the blog

A lot of very nice people have stumbled upon this blog lately, and some of them have been sending me comments via e-mail because they don't know the "rules" for commenting here on the blog. So today for the benefit of those wide-eyed Babes in Blogland I'm offering a primer of sorts. Things may work a little diferently elsewhere in the blogosphere, but here's how we operate at No rules:

If you have something to say, say it. It's perfectly okay to disagree with me, so don't hesitate to point out any ridiculous leaps of logic you find in my posts. I won't always admit to them, but you might have some fun trying to make me. Just bear in mind, please, that profanity makes my finger itch to hit the "delete comment" button.

You can quote me on that
You may quote freely from this blog and post my stuff on your own blog, website, bulletin board, and so on, as long as you give me credit (use my name or my blog's name) and link back to my blog. You can even use my photographs if you want. Same deal.

Finding stuff
If you have some burning desire to find out if I've ever posted anything about cafe latte or Godiva chocolate or Paris Hilton, use Blogger's little white box at the top of this page or the Technorati box in the right-hand column. They both work great.

Tell your buds
If I accidentally write something witty or profound, why not share it with your friends? You can e-mail a link to any post by hitting that little envelope thingy down there by the Comments link.

Yes, I do accept them. Not the cash variety, but the kind where you see a fascinating article (that does not mention Harry Potter) and shoot me a message about it so I can consider mentioning it here on the blog. Here's my secret e-mail address.

Does that about cover it? Be sure to leave a comment here if I've left anything out.


Robin Bayne said...

You forgot to mention when you would be sending us chocolate (hee hee)

Brenda Coulter said...

Sweetie, you must have misunderstood. You're suppose to send chocolate to me.

Robin Bayne said...