Saturday, May 14, 2005

How to...

I know that some of the people who will be reading this are unfamiliar with web-blogs and such, so I just wanted to make sure they knew how to read and respond to the entries. You know who you are.

First, the first entry you see is the most recent one. So, there may be other entries that you haven't read (depending on how often you check this site) further down the page. Basically, find the first entry that you haven't yet read and read up the page.

Second, to respond to an entry, go to the bottom of that entry and click on the link that says
__ Comments. You can either set up an account with Blogger or you can just post an anonymous comment. If you have no idea how to set up an account, you are better off just making an anonymous post. Just remember to sign your name at the end so I know who you are!

So, I think that's it for now. Just some basics. Now I'll try not to post anything new until next Sunday when I'm finally in NYC so that everyone who needs to see this entry will be sure to see it.

5 comments:

kimcookpow said...

Whitney, my sweet and smart friend...using the phrase, "Tech is stupid, Columbia is not" as your subtitle is most likely not the BEST way to introduce your journal to your friends in Lubbock. However true the statement may be, many readers (and, uh, the writer...)are Tech attendees, graduates or athletic supporters (I mean that in the best sense!) Anyway, you know I love you, I love New York and I am SOOOOOOO jealous!! Have a wonderful time and keep us posted on all of the glorious details! be safe.

Whitney said...

Okay, sorry. I fixed it to better represent what I meant at the time...and still mean. If you knew the latest injustice to happen to me at the hands of the Tech "advisors" you would understand. Looks like I'll be a three-and-a-half year senior! Although, there are plenty of stupid people at Tech.

kimcookpow said...

Upon visiting your site again...I LAUGHED OUT LOUD! you cracked me up. Thanks...I needed that!

Anonymous said...

I hope finding your way around the campus will not always be as hard as it was today. Sounds like they are not good at directions and helping people up there in NYC. Hope you are settled in and feeling better by now.
Granny

Anonymous said...

Guess I can go to bed now that I know you are safe and sound. What a day-BUT you handled it well, me thinks. Your room looks mighty small-don't eat too much or you won't be able to turn around. You'll show those folks up there some Texas class!!! Love a bunch-MIMI