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  • But I need to read this more carefully, tomorrow.

    Reply to: "Where Do We Go From Here" Speech of Martin Luther King, Jr, August 16, 1967   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • The winter of Discontent

    He says:

    as long as monetary fixes take the place of "hard work" by elected officials on issues like education and trade, and the Fed does nothing to dispel the perception of itself as "keeper of the flame of national purpose," the destructive boom/bust cycles will worsen.

    Right on, this is the issue, they are moving fantasy money around versus being an econony of real goods and services production.

    Reply to: Economic Armageddon?   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • This might shock you but Milton Friedman called labor arbitrage a subsidy

    I really found that one interesting for while I think his work on fiscal policy is interesting, I don't subscribe to much of what he advanced, yet even from the free enterprise perspective he was saying labor subsidies (in effect) skew the results.

    Reply to: "Where Do We Go From Here" Speech of Martin Luther King, Jr, August 16, 1967   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • If there are any bugs or something about this site you just find annoying or not easy to use, please leave a comment so I can look into it.

    This is a brand new site so surely there are features missing and bugs to be found.

    I could use your help and feedback really lets me know.

    Reply to: Do you like this site? Try it? Post Bugs, Problems, Site issues in comments.   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:






  • When responding be sure to:



    1.  Not change the subject line so you are commenting on someone else's
    post and not starting a new topic



    2.  Remove the message you are responding to in your new reply.   If
    you do not do this then the entire content, including the email address
    of the sender

         is posted onto the forum and you will duplicate the very comment
    that you are replying to.  Go to: 
    http://www.economicpopulist.org/?q=node/39

        to see what I mean.  I edited out one post already.    I don't
    think I can completely predit (which I'm doing) the mail before
    automatically reposting

        to catch all of this.  The list itself must kind of pay attention
    that they are posting automatically to a blog.



    Kim,



       Beyond trying to work out the bugs so this looks nice, automatically
    enables discussion threads to be posted to a public forum and
    automatically

       puts them into a searchable database, I'll look around to see which
    else I can find to more integrate other websites so we can generate
    more members

       and traffic to each other's main work and efforts.   



       Another thing to consider is using openID.

     

     

       


    Reply to: Building up members   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • FYI,

    www.hireamericansfirst.org allows members to enter articles into the rss feed from that site. click the "RSS" in upper right for info.

    (psyching for the presentation at UC Davis in a few hours)

    kim

    Reply to: Building up members   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • The RSS should be just raw RSS 2.0. I'll assume that's this feed popped up because you are using bloglines as your news aggregator.
    What I'm thinking of adding is the ability to pull in selected feeds of authors for reposting automatically and comments. This is a TBD and it depends on how authors on other sites have their RSS feeds set plus I need permission to in essence repost their writing via RSS on this site.

    A couple of things, reposting, which is to repost your story on this site is amazingly easy. It should be a simply copy and paste of your original blog post. into the text box, no reformatting. The copy and paste commands should bring along your underlying XHTML tags.

    Then, if you notice in the first right column, all of these blog articles have a little "b" by them, which means you can blog on that blog article by simply clicking.

    To create a blog post you must register. If you're on this list, use the exact email if you register.

    I have a poll on the front page asking for site feedback.

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    Reply to: Building up members   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • The RSS should be just raw RSS 2.0. I'll assume that's this feed popped up because you are using bloglines as your news aggregator.
    What I'm thinking of adding is the ability to pull in selected feeds of authors for reposting automatically and comments. This is a TBD and it depends on how authors on other sites have their RSS feeds set plus I need permission to in essence repost their writing via RSS on this site.

    A couple of things, reposting, which is to repost your story on this site is amazingly easy. It should be a simply copy and paste of your original blog post. into the text box, no reformatting. The copy and paste commands should bring along your underlying XHTML tags.

    Then, if you notice in the first right column, all of these blog articles have a little "b" by them, which means you can blog on that blog article by simply clicking.

    To create a blog post you must register. If you're on this list, use the exact email if you register.

    I have a poll on the front page asking for site feedback.

    Reply to: Building up members   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • > Let's focus on RSS functionality and your email posting for a start

    I clicked on the little feeder icon, and it brought up Bloglines as the
    first RSS feed (which I use) so I added it, and now we shall see if things
    get fed ok...

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    Reply to: Building up members   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • Bob,
     
    Agreed.  WORDPRESS is a bit behind the curve- but then I didn't know
    where I was going when I started this.  Your method of leading people to blogs via email
    may be a breakthrough.
     
    Let's focus on  RSS functionality and your email posting for a start
     
    Mike R

    Reply to: Building up members   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • You must register to use most of the features on the site. The rich text or WYSIWYG editor is not available for anonymous, unregistered users.

    Reply to: Do you like this site? Try it? Post Bugs, Problems, Site issues in comments.   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • But, I posted it because I know this information is true from a series of recent House Science Committee Congressional Hearings. Are Our Universities Ours? covers one hearing which exposes some of this.

    I don't know who this person either, is but the quotes and video clips are clearly authentic. He lists his sources in the video.

    Reply to: United States Universities Subsidizing The Competition   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • But curious where the references are, who did it, citations, etc. Was this self-produced? It was very well done.

    Reply to: United States Universities Subsidizing The Competition   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • The editor fullrich doesn't seem to be working right.

    Reply to: Do you like this site? Try it? Post Bugs, Problems, Site issues in comments.   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • Now Citigroup is looking to foreign entities to sell itself too to get out of it's debt crisis.

    Reply to: CountryWide: Rigged Game   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:
  • While we hear much rhetoric, Sen Sanders actually tries to pass legislation.

    Reply to: Senator Bernie Sanders on Income Inequality   11 years 10 months ago
    EPer:

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