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Re: Braille Scale Group Build - 2012 'Medical Services' - Week 19

July 3 2012 at 5:57 AM
Neil Lyall  (Login neilyall)
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Response to Braille Scale Group Build - 2012 'Medical Services' - Week 19


re the above suggestions of putting the pictures together in a gallery - you could create a specific blog to do just that, dedicated to this group build, its also then permanently in "cyberspace"

I know it sounds like I'm "blog crazy" at present but it really is a simple, fast, free and effective way to showcase the builds.

The blog formats have come a long way since I created one in 2009 - I have been looking at the new functionalities, and have updated mine this afternoon to a more dynamic style, with additional functionality, and am adding a lot of new features.

A blog dedicated to the Medical Services Group Build will allow progress photos & comments, and you can add a translation gadget for other languages, search box, welcome message, poll, link list, etc

This is just a suggestion, if you don't want to do a blog thats cool with me, just floating the idea

If you decided to give it a go, I don't think you'd have any problems.

Also no limit that I know of with size of pictures and number of pictures, text etc

And I'd be happy to be of any assistance if you like the idea.



This message has been edited by neilyall from IP address on Jul 3, 2012 6:58 AM

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  1. Sounds like a plan.... - Paul Giles on Jul 3, 2012, 10:50 AM
    1. Re: Sounds like a plan.... - Neil Lyall on Jul 3, 2012, 7:10 PM

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