I have published 7 blogs and shared 61 comments.
I published my first blog on Wednesday the 6th of September 2017.
My most recent blog was published on Wednesday the 8th of May 2019.
I currently live in: United States.
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I am considering making it so non members (visitors) could post comments on blogs.
It would mean you, as an individual blogger, approving/denying these comments before they would show up on your blogs.
While the website would do all of the normal content censoring, there is always the possibility that some content might make it through, in these public comments, that might not be all that acceptable/clean, compared to what you might be use too here at CB.
There would also, likely, be a few spam comments that make it through that you would need to mark as spam. We do not have these type of comments now, because we currently require people to register, and spammers are not going to go through the effort of that, as we can shut them down almost instantly.
But, on the positive side of all of that would be the possibility for a lot more comments on your blogs. Because let's face it, the vast majority of visitors to the website, that happen to visit the website to read your blog, are just never going to join the website just to post a comment. So by allowing visitors the ability to post comments, it could result in more comments on your blogs!
Let me know your thoughts!
Super big fan if this... I am, and have been for a very long time, been someone that felt the whole like feature was something that should not exist. I would rather have one person take the time to share a comment, than a hundred people hit some like button.
An internal Instagram prototype shows what the app would look like if it didn't share how many people liked a post.
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What a great version of this song!
From the debut album 'Homeward' by Celtic Worship Available from: http://www.celticworship.co.uk Written by Keith Getty & Stuart Townend Performed by Celtic ...
If you are like me and cannot stand the whole #WorshipServiceFeelsLikeSomeConcert type songs, here is the #HillsongUnited song that I posted earlier this week, except this time as an acoustic version. The video also has an interview afterwards, but at least the song itself is not a full-on stage production!
Watch the acoustic performance, hear the story behind the song 5:34, and learn how to play "Another In The Fire" by Hillsong UNITED 11:36. Get free charts, l...
Here is a new vide/song from #HillsongUnited (a whopping 8+ minutes in length, wow!) that is called 'Another In The Fire', that will be on their new album 'People' which will be released on April 26. It looks like the actual length of the song on the album will be 6:33, which is still long for a song in this day and age. Looking at the list of songs on the album, there is another song, taking from a live event, called 'As you Find Me' that actually will be over eight minutes in length, at 8:42 minutes. If this is anything like what we expect it to be, this should be a powerful album!
In Abraham's time, the Dead Sea region was teeming with life and Ezekiel promises that in the future, there will be fish swimming in its waters. In Hebrew, i...
I do not have Netflix (cannot afford it) but if you do, this looks like a movie that is maybe worth watching.
Against all the odds, a thirteen year old boy in Malawi invents an unconventional way to save his family and village from famine. Based on the best selling b...