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What Is This Blog Thing and How Does It Work?
The Library's News page is organized as a weblog, or blog, for short (because on the Internet, we always seem to be in too much of a hurry for two syllables). We'll post new items and information every day or two. Each new post pushes the older posts further down the page. Eventually the older posts fall off the main News page entirely, and land in the Archives.
To get around, you can:
> Scroll down the page, reading items as you choose
> Look at the Topics for This Page links on the right and select the one that interests you (this will show only items in that topic; to return to the complete page, click News either on the top menu bar or under Navigate Our Site on the right)
> Select Archives from the Navigate Our Site links on the right to see older items.
This page will always have about 15 items on it. If you leave it in its natural state, you'll see the latest 15. If you select a Topic, you'll see the latest 15 for that Topic (Recent Fiction, Oldies but Goodies, etc).
Look at the tiny line at the end of this posting. You'll see a note about the number of comments received. If you want to leave a comment, or if you want to see what comments others have left, just click on the word "comments" below. The comments appear on a separate page. We look forward to hearing from you. Relevant comments, even if they are critical, are welcome. Irrelevant or inappropriate comments may be deleted by the editor (especially if she is feeling drunk with power, or has not yet had her morning cup of tea).
04/01/06 - 07:30:00 - Librarian -
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