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My journal should be required reading for everyone …

norwoodites (226775) writes | more than 11 years ago

User Journal 1

who makes a `My journal should be required reading for' JE.

Well for one thing I think there should be moding of JE and that JE should become the conent on /. on also Subject lines get more space.

who makes a `My journal should be required reading for' JE.

Well for one thing I think there should be moding of JE and that JE should become the conent on /. on also Subject lines get more space.

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Modding JEs (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 11 years ago | (#5118925)

Now, that's not a bad idea. Although, slashdot is not a democracy. So, keeping with the flow, we could add a "Journal" section to slashdot. Then one of the authors could pour through JEs and post a few a day. Such as one technical, one personal, one funny, and one provocative. It may be hard to look through all the journals, so then I'd say only use the ones that allow comments, and then choose from the ones that have the most comments. Comments could then be your "votes".

Eh, just a thought. With the dearth of people responding to non-main-page "Ask Sashdots", I'd wonder if JEs would even make it past the threshold.
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