Dear all!  The purpose of todays post is to introduce the new comment system on MetaSpace.  It’s called Livefyre and is supposedly a really cool way of integrating comments with Twitter and Facebook. You can see a conversation about Livefyre here.

I use this blogpost to invite you  to test the comment system by helping me to think around how to make my blog more interesting and purposeful. Please explore the possibilities to connect to Facebook and Twitter and see what happens.  This way you will probably learn something yourself as well.

Here are my questions.  You can answer one, all or create your own questions.  Thank you for participating

  • Reviewing Metaspace.se, think of one post that you found especially interesting
  • From what you have read and experienced, what “thin red line” can you see through MetaSpace
  • What could happen that would make you want to participate in creating dialogue
  • How could MetaSpace.se be interesting enough to find more readers?
  • What would you need to know to answer the questions above?
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bmw cars

i am happy that i am helping to improve your postings for this only one comment

AmandaHeijbel
AmandaHeijbel

I love how you want to engage your readers, Leif! It's important to do so in order to feel and experience the importance of sharing your thoughts. I'm personally a big fan of http://metaspace.se/2011/07/02/everything-becomes-easy-eventually-when-you-allow-for-complexity/, although I enjoy reading everything that you post. A red line throughout Metaspace is the curiosity to find new ways of understanding different cultures - and to mark out that we are not always that different!

I'm more than willing to participate in creating dialogues and I appreciate how you remind me as your reader, since I easily loose myself in cyberspace :).

Keep engaging you readers, ask more questions in your post, or write something provocative that makes people react, stop, think and comment, and you'll find more readers. Finishing a post with a question of some kind is a great way to receive feedback.

Go go go!

AndersGradeen
AndersGradeen

What a pointless interview with Wildfyre-guy. No content or substance of what he said

ljosefss
ljosefss moderator

Well this is a first comment from the author. To me, then thin red line is to find new perspectives to look upon what we normally take for granted,

ljosefss
ljosefss moderator

@AmandaHeijbel Thank you for your feedback. As I continue my personal and professional journey I want MetaSpace to develop to a true conversational space, how this now could be made possible with all the chatter that is going on in cyberspace

ljosefss
ljosefss moderator

@LFJeremy Matt, the posting to facebook and people links give error messages. Any suggestions?

ljosefss
ljosefss moderator

@AndersGradeen Too bad about that. I actually could not watch it here - too narrow bandwidth

ljosefss
ljosefss moderator

@LFJeremy So, you should keep your eyes open for Metafari when we are planning the next ones... Karibu sana, and follow our journey here!

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