A most interesting symposium indeed!
New SOTD feature; enhanced Spoilerization; development blog in development; logical categories; more to come.
The figure is traditionally taken to be a “he”: Maybe it’s because he seems to be bald. Whatever the explanation, and despite WP’s decision to rename him the “Mystery Person,” relying on him or zir or it may still qualify as sexist. Plus he happens to be… white.
Current subscriptions (the ones that are working) will still function, but we need to switch over to a more reliable if less feature-rich application.
Things move too fast in this high-paced internet pseudo-world.
Two changes affecting commenting, one simple, one complicated.
It’s OK to say “Heidegger” and “Wittgenstein” and to include up to three links in the body of your comments; I’m going to do a fingers-crossed changeover on the comment subscriptions system soon; you can now use either of two contact forms, general/editorial and support, available via the main menu under “Contact”; expect more tweaking as we work on bigger changes.
Six simple changes to commenting format and functionality, of which five, with your cooperation (and if all goes as expected), can be demonstrated, tested, and assessed on this post’s comment thread. The sixth has already been implemented site-wide
If you’re interested in just how many people visited The League in 2012, who the top commenters were, or what our most popular posts happened to be, check out this nifty Annual Report that WordPress.com put together. For those of you who commented many thousands of times I applaud your fervor, though I question whether you…
I know that this post is going to get me into lots of hot water with a number of guys (which I mean in the most gender neutral way) at the league here whom I deeply respect. Nevertheless, I want to see how far I can run with this. The last time I posted, I raised a…
So, I’ve discovered in my blogging of late that adding pictures to posts can really liven up a blog. It adds value at the margin.
We are saddened to see some of the comments in recent posts. The League is not above a good debate, but lately there have been comments made by writers here that go well across the acceptable line. We have a commenting policy that we have long prided ourselves in and enforced. Writers should hold themselves…
Let me just say that I am overwhelmingly sympathetic to what Conor and Rod are saying regarding the punditocracy on the right and the futility of engaging the base. In other words, I go against my own instincts in my disagreement with them. I go against the grain of my own visceral reaction to the…