How to make your TownSquare posts more readable and effective Other Topics, posted by Richard Hine, managing editor of The Almanac, on Sep 30, 2007 at 9:32 am Richard Hine is a member (registered user) of Almanac Online
Here are some tips for writing comments on TownSquare:
-- Write your message in a word processing program, such as Microsoft Word, with the spell-check turned on. That way you will catch a lot of typos and spelling errors. (When you are finished, copy and paste the text into the TownSquare form.)
-- Write in shorter paragraphs. Pressing the Enter key on your keyboard creates a space before the start of the next paragraph.
-- Read your message before you send it. Are you being clear? Is there a more effective way to say it?
If you have more tips, please post them in the comment box below.
Posted by not so picky, a resident of the Menlo Park: other neighborhood, on Oct 2, 2007 at 9:00 am
This is a community forum. I enjoy reading it to see what people in different parts of our community are thinking. I'm interested in the poster's thoughts not their spelling. Posters write with emotion, and I've never had a problem understanding the points they are trying to make.