UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunrise: First thing tomorrow morning. To be repeated daily until further notice.

2015 All-Bearcat Picnic:
The date is set for the seventh annual picnic. Join us on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at the PERA Club in Tempe. The picnic is meant for all RHS classes, their families, and the faculty and staff. Bring your own food, drink, and name tags, but no booze!

Sunday, June 14, 2009

The Blogmeister Explains Comments

An imaginary visitor asks:
How do I leave a comment?

The blogmeister replies:
Glad you asked! One of the great features of this blog is that you and other visitors (both real and imaginary) can chime in with your own thoughts and opinions. After each post, you'll see some posting details (e.g., Posted by RMAC AT 11:18 AM 2 Comments). To read the comments that others have left, just click on the word "comments", and they will magically appear.

Want to leave a comment of your own? You can do that, too! Here's how:
  • As before, click on "comments".
  • Scroll down beyond any existing comments until you see the box labeled "Post a Comment."
  • Click inside the box, then type your comment.
  • Below the box, click the arrow on the box labeled "Comment as:"
If you want to sign the comment with your name, click on the "Name/URL" selection, type your name where it says "Name", then click "Continue". Or, if you're really shy or want to create some mystery around your comment, just click on "Anonymous."
  • Click on the "Post Comment" button to publish your comment on the blog. That's it!
We really hope that you will participate by leaving comments. However you might as well know that we monitor each and every one, and will cheerfully and with great enthusiasm delete all comments that are objectionable in any way. So just be nice, and please don't try to spam the blog. Okay? Okay.

Still have a question? Shoot an email to rrrmac@gmail.com and we'll try to sort it out.

7 comments:

Linda O'Guin Mitchell "69 said...

Thanks to Russ & Cal for your tech expertise and to Tess for her determination & incredible memory. Russ.you were always the Tech Superman saving the day and it seems you are still in operation. The March reunion was awesome. Great to see so many old friends. I live in Peoria, AZ. I work in Physical Therapy teaching an aquatics class for people with Arthritis & Fibromyalgia and love it. I'm mostly enjoying being a Grandma! I have 3 here in the valley and 3 in GA.

Russ said...

Thanks, Linda, for the kind words. Once a geek, always a geek, I guess!

John Ricker said...

Hi Russ, Thanks indeed for all your work on the blog. It is so cool to reconnect with our good old RHS classmates. Should have known you would lead us out of the dark ages after you and your dad made your own TV back in the day. Patti an I live in Seattle but hope to see you at the 2010 reunion. This is my second attempt to post a comment so wish me luck! Your friend , John Ricker

Russ said...

Hi John, Looks like whatever you did on the second attempt was good. Welcome to the blog!

Anonymous said...

This is Kathy Case Kangas.Is this where and how we post items?

Russ said...

Hi, Kathy,

Thanks for the note!

To answer your question, no, this place is really just for posting comments about this particular article. There is a similar setup for each individual article.

One article in particular, "Bearcats Yak It Up", is there so that everyone can leave short comments for each other and basically just chat. Nobody has used it yet, though. Maybe you can be the first!

If you have a longer article or some pictures that you would like to see on this blog, the easiest way is to just send them to me via email at rrrmac@gmail.com. I will then put them on the blog and do some other housekeeping chores to make sure they get linked in with the index and so on.

Make sense?

Cindy Dy said...

It's enjoyable to learn more and more from your blog. Thanks for sharing.

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