Saturday, January 28, 2012

A Thank You and Commenting

First off, thank you to all of my new readers who've found me through @AirForceReserve on Twitter, or through referrals.  I'm more than happy, willing, and excited to help others who've made the decision to enlist in The World's Greatest Air Force!  Motivation is contagious - the more you connect with others who are in the process of enlisting or permanent party folks like myself, the more encouraged you'll be to pursue your own dreams.  Stay focused, ignore the nay-sayers and negative thoughts, and keep your eyes on the prize.  Enlistment has been one of the best decisions that I could've ever made.
   
After reading it on another blog and from my own personal experience, I've switched to pop-up commenting, versus the embedded commenting I have now.

While I'd rather it work properly when it's embedded, I understand that some people are still having issues with Blogger not allowing them to comment on the embedded system, yet they're successful with pop-up commenting.  I want you to be able to comment.  Please, ask questions, ask for clarification, make recommendations for my next post, etc.  I want to serve your need to know.  I'm a teacher, it's an innate desire.  :)  If I'm not making sense, tell me.  If I didn't cover a topic as well as you would've liked, tell me so.  Don't get an acronym?  I've been thinking about a reference page for that.  I'll do my best to meet your needs, as long as OPSEC and PERSEC allows me to do so.
Thinking about commenting?  I answer every single comment I get, and try to do so directly!  Are you a "no-reply blogger?"  The fastest way to get back to you is for me to reply directly to your comment, but I can't do that if you're a no-reply blogger.  Check out that link and correct your settings.  It'll also save you the hassle of having to check back to see if/when I've replied to your question.   Thanks again, it's been an amazing few weeks leading up to my first anniversary!

1 comment:

Ashley said...

How did you switch from embed to pop up comments? I want to do the same thing but can't seem to get it