Happy Friday and welcome to Open Thread, brought to you by those furry little critters at Hackerspace, where we talk about life and all the little hacks that go with it.
Holy Christmas, what a week! Welcome to Open Thread Friday, brought to you by those oh-so-special elves at Hackerspace.
IT’S OCTOBER!!! I love Halloween. I love the colors and the sights and the sounds. I love the old black and white movies like DRACULA with Karloff and THE WOLFMAN with Chaney, Jr.
Welcome to Hackerspace! The reader run community where, on Fridays, you can stop by and say hello, tell us about a hack you did this week or just chit chat the day away.
Yesterday was officially Pandemonium Day! All last week, every day was Pandemonium Day for me! Daughter #2 and her husband, their three cats and their rabbit stayed with us for 11 days between apartments. We are normally two adults and two Dobermans. It was...yeah. That. They left Tuesday and I was never so glad to…
Welcome to Cross Thread Thursday!
It’s not completely new. You’ve seen it used on Gawker Media main pages but now it’s apparently available for us regular folks who post elsewhere on Kinja. Now we can do that fancy Recommended Stories thing at the bottom of the posts.
Last week the whole merged group blog creation that Gamecat so thoughtfully taught us how to do was up in the air as far as the functionality.
We know that many of our readers are also participants on other forums. We also know there might be occasions that arise that you need to contact a moderator or owner of another forum other than the ones you might be most familiar with. Below is a contact list for a handful non-mainpage forums for your use.
If you're an author on a Kinja blog, you can see drafts of posts on that Kinja blog, even if they're written by other people. This is how comments appear on the Friday open thread before they're posted. 😱
Dear Loyal Readers of Hackerspace and indeed those of the Kinja-verse in general,
One, there is an autosave feature for posts now...
Does anyone know if there is a way to message people while in kinja? or a way to SAFELY share twitter handles/reddit names/etc. ???
Several have asked for a simple way to access their favorite Kinja blogs, especially those on which they don't have posting access. The problem is there's no way to maintain such a list because Kinja is larger than just the historic communities and this will become truer every day.