Re: Post of the week - All
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, dragonpuffs7777 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> I choose the one you just wrote!i double your vote dragon
> --- In email@example.com, "tosime"
> <tosime@b...> wrote:
> > First let me say how grateful I am for everyone who posts here. I
> have read
> > so many knowledgeable, insightful posts that I find it very hard
> to skip any
> > post. Again and again I find myself shaking my head at the insight
> I have
> > gained from such excellent posts. I was up very late last night
> just trying
> > to catch up!
> > I have a suggestion. As we read the posts, can we pick one which
> we feel is
> > our "post of the week".
> > After editing it to focus on the part of most interest, we can
> post it with
> > an introduction saying why it was the post of the week for us. We
> > give it the subject heading post of the week from...(our name).
> > This post of the week has several benefits.
> > 1) Focus. When I travel, I usually come back to find literally
> hundreds of
> > posts. I often file them wondering how many excellent posts I have
> > With post of the week, I can open those first and decide if I want
> to follow
> > those threads.
> > 2) Feedback. When you write an excellent post you may not get much
> > With post of the week, people are encouraged to give you
> > feedback which could help you see different angles to your post.
> > 3) Self development. The act of writing a response often opens new
> > of the original post you did not appreciate just from reading it.
> > magical happens when you write your thoughts.
> > 4) New threads. I feel post of the week will encourage new
> threads. My guess
> > is that these new threads will generally be higher quality threads
> that are
> > neatly edited.
> > I hope we can be sincere in our post of the week, so we do not use
> it an
> > avenue for ego trips.
> > What do you think?
> > PS - I will do one to show what it looks like.