Well I am having fun with the new software that the Biker Law Blog runs on and I wanted to pass some new information on to you.
First if you want to comment on any story on the Biker Law Blog, you will notice a link at the bottom of the article. Simply click the leave a comment link to add a comment. If you want to reply to someone else’s comment, then click on the reply button after their comment. The system will allow up to 5 threads or replies to any one persons comment. If it goes past 5 you will simply leave a new comment under the story.
You will also have the option to subscribe to comments in an article. You will notice a button on the comment page that allows you to receive email notifications of every new comment in an article. This will keep you informed as to what everyone is talking about after a story. You will have the option to manage that subscription later if you no longer want to receive emails containing other people’s comments on a story.
You will notice a share/save button below each story and on the sidebar of the Biker Law Blog. I call this the magic button. The neat new feature will not only allow you to share any story on the Biker Law Blog to almost any social networking site on the Internet, but you will also have the option to email the story to yourself or others, and you will be able to bookmark a story or page for future reference. Put you mouse over the button and see for yourself!
You will also notice a Subscribe section on the sidebar. This section allows you to not only subscribe to new articles on the Biker Law Blog via RSS, but you can also be notified by email of any new articles that are published on the Biker Law Blog by subscribing via email. The Biker Law Blog now uses Google’s Feedburner for email subscriptions.
So if you want to be notified of any new articles that are published on the Biker Law Blog via email, click on the link.
There is a bunch of new stuff coming to the Biker Law Blog. I am sure glad I changed software platforms. I am sure you can see some of the reasons why I did it.