As promised, I’m back with some technical information regarding our blog. I promise this will be a short post, and it won’t be overwhelming in terms of information. Think of it as a quick tutorial in how best to interact with CSMA via this blog.
For starters, if you would like to be notified when new blogs are posted, enter your email in the space provided at the left and click subscribe. You have our solemn word you will never be spammed, and your email address will never be shared with anyone. After responding to an email confirming your subscription, you will only be emailed whenever a new blog appears.
Blogs are not a static source of information. In addition to the regular addition of new posts, the page takes on a life of its own via the comment section. As I mentioned in the previous post, you are encouraged to add your voice to the discussion. Comment as often as you like. You don’t have to limit your comments to the most recent blog, either. You are welcome to respond to any of our entries at any time.
Another way to stay on top of the conversation is to check the box marked “notify me of follow-up comments by email” when you leave a comment. By doing so you ensure that will receive an email notification if someone replies to your comment with one of their own. That way, if someone lauds you for your brilliance you will know to come back and say thank you; or, if someone disagrees with you, you can return and insult them appropriately.
Finally, if you *really* like what you read here, you are encouraged to link to our blogs in other forums on the web. Comment on other pages or blogs and provide a link to the CSMA blog that is applicable to that forum. If you host your own blog, or web page of any sort, feel free to link to us where appropriate. The greater exposure we have, the more interesting the discussions here will become.
There, that wasn’t so difficult, was it? And now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, we’re free to move on to far more interesting topics. Be sure to return for the next post, where you will meet a member of our art faculty.