Rules for Commenting
See Rules for Commenting page.
This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox.
We no longer require registration, but we do encourage you to register so that you'll have a consistent handle to post under, and to avoid confusion on the part of others.
To register, go to www.blogger.com and click on "Create a Blog Now." You won't be creating a blog, just a username. Fill out the form that pops up. You will be able to choose a login name, and a "display" name. Click on "continue." Make sure that you get to the next page, and then close that browser window. You can sign in at www.blogger.com, or in the comments section of this blog.
If you don't want to register, you can also click on "other" in the comment screen, and type in any name you wish.
If there are any questions, let me know.
I've seen several people comment that they don't know much about HTML. For your reference, here are some useful HTML commands (you can use these on the comment post screen):
<i> enables italics. </i> disables italics. Therefore:
...would show up as italics.
<b> enables boldface. </b> disables boldface. Therefore:
...would show up as boldface. These are the two most common HTML commands.
Links: To type in a link, do the following:
<a href="http://the URL">text you want to appear</a>
For example, if I were to type
<a href="http://connecticutlocalpolitics.blogspot.com">Connecticut Local Politics</a>
I would see this:
Connecticut Local Politics
Creating links is much better than simply posting a huge URL (the address).
There are plenty of useful HTML help pages out there. Here's one I've used from time to time.
Please email me if comments or other features don't seem to be working. Jeenaone [at] Gmail [dot] com.