Sunday, January 30, 2005

Be Sure To Register And Post Comments

56 first-time visitors have viewed this blog since I set it up yesteryday. I'm pleased so many folks are interested in this site, and I want to encourage everyone to post comments, questions and suggestions.

You can post a reply to a comment, by clicking on the "comments" link at the bottom of each post. The link at the bottom of this post will say "0 comments," until someone makes a comment, then it will say "1 comments," etc. (There's some way to change the comment link to "Make a Comment," but it involves messing with the code in the template, and I'm not up for that today.)

You'll then be prompted to post either as "Anonymous," or to register and post with a user name. The choice is yours, but I encourage everyone interested in participating in this project to register and choose a user name.

If you register to this site, I can make you what the site calls a "Team Member," which will allow you to post your own topics to solicit the comments of others.

By the way, I've set up a World News Trust forum that I'm putting the finishing touches on. This will enable everyone to collaborate more effectively than is possible on this site.

Thanks for coming by. And thanks to the many of you who have e-mailed World News Trust at:, and those who have e-mailed me personally at and, with your words of support and encouragement and offers to help out. Cheers, --Tad Goodwin


Blogger David said...

Since you asked for comments, I'll leave one. Get rid of your flawed political philosophy.

January 31, 2005 at 1:37 AM  
Blogger Tad Goodwin said...

Dear M. Skarbec. Thanks for caring enough to leave a comment. But, what do you know of my political philosopy? In any case, the World News Trust project is non-partisan, seeking to include a wide spectrum of intelligent, informed views. I encourage your constructive participation. Cheers, Tad Goodwin

January 31, 2005 at 2:02 AM  
Blogger Pacific News Desk said...

At last, World News Trust is here -- and not a moment too soon. The mainstream media attempts to "manufacture consent" not so much through outright bias (well, except Fox, anyway) as through careful manipulation of which stories will be covered -- in other words, self-censorship. Hence, it is no longer truly a free press.

January 31, 2005 at 2:15 PM  

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