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Read and Comment from WordPress

This is to my non-blogging readers, those who have never commented, those who think you have to have a blog to comment. . . you don’t! There are ways to sign on with most of the major blog hosts and you never have to use your real name, never have to blog, but you are registered, have an “avatar” and a “home”.

WordPress just initiated a global desktop, just for you.

What’s new? Before, people who didn’t have a blog but just an account didn’t have any sort of dashboard so they couldn’t edit their password, get their API key, upload an avatar, track their comments, or any of the other fun stuff you can do under your dashboard.

Read more about it here and click to start your own global desktop.

You will want to have two or three names, just in case your first choice is already taken, and you will want to have a password in mind. Sign up, and start commenting from your own home base at WordPress.

March 6, 2007 - Posted by | Blogging, Communication, Customer Service, Friends & Friendship, Technical Issue, Uncategorized


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