Welcome to the crazy wisdom parade.

This is where Literacies readers shared their literacy wisdom until July 31, 2008. We had a great time. Please feel free to explore and comment and continue to add floats.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

become a literacies blogger

If you want to become a literacies blogger, there are two ways to do this.

* Easy Peasey: Send an email to literaciespublisher (at) gmail (dot) com and I can sign you up as a co-author under your own google account or send you the user name and password for the literaciesblogger. Then you can log in and create your post. If you are new to blogging, I can offer you over-the-phone tech support.

* Easier-Peasier: Send an email to literaciespublisher (at) gmail (dot) com. Include the content of your post, the title and the tags you want to use to index it and how you would like to sign it and I will post it for you.

Any questions? Please post a comment or contact me by email ~ literaciespublisher (at) gmail (dot) com.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

make a comment

You can comment on any post. Please do!

For the Blogger instructions on how to post a comment, please click here.

This is a public forum and is open to everyone.

Blogger gives you the option of what identity to use.
Warning: Sign in before you comment or save your comment before you sign in because you will lose it.

If you have a Google account and are okay with identifying yourself, you can use that.

If you do not have a Google account you can set one up very easily using any email address (it does not have to be a gmail account).

If you do not want to set up ANOTHER account, choose anonymous. You can sign your name at the bottom of your comment.

Anonymity: If you want to post anonymously, that is fine.

If you post something and want to change it later, you can delete your own comments and add a new, revised version. Or you can leave the old version and add a new comment telling us how your thinking is evolving. Figuring this stuff our is a process. Learning about how we all figure stuff out is just as important as learning about what we all think.

Any questions? Please post a comment or contact me by email ~ literaciespublisher (at) gmail (dot) com.