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Tuesday, November 08, 2005 

That Title Goes too Far

Must we make it about That School? I thought the original idea was to make it more inclusive



If you want hang out people from Thst School, go to the alumni site or something.



Crap! I'm sounding like Shaw.

Entry By The_Lex

1. I have given everyone FULL ADMINISTRATIVE PRIVLALAGES to this blog.

This means that anyone AND everyone can post AND design the blog ANY WAY THEY FEEL! Meaning you can change the title if you want.

2. This also means that all members can invite people from ANYWHERE, not just from Marlboro.

So, if you don't like it, change it.

Just don't break make the HTML code breakdown. That's the only rule (so far)

All you need to do is log into the blogger dashboard under your account name and BOOM, yer in

Though it was tempting to change the title to "FULL ADMINISTRATIVE PRIVLALAGES," I have instead changed it (for the nonce) to reflect and clarify Lex's concern. Happy now, everyone?

Thanks for the admin-level privs, Shaw. In addition to making a new title and a few other fuzzythings, I've used them to add a title field to all entries, since this ain't no Scripting News.

(Come to think of it, This Ain't No Scripting News would make an even better blog title...)

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