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    News posting is open to all users.

    Hey guys,

    I just wanted to mention/clarify that news posting is open to all registered users, you do not have to be staff to post a new thread in this forum and have it show up on the front page. News can be either original or simply a link to an article found elsewhere. It's meant to be as easy and quick as possible. Enjoy, and thank you.
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    Thanks for mentioning this and clarifing the issue.

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    Good morning. Is linking to one's own articles allowed? It would be the same thing you've posted for my articles but I'd do it to save you some time rather than you having to. Would that be ok with you guys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hokiealumnus View Post
    Good morning. Is linking to one's own articles allowed? It would be the same thing you've posted for my articles but I'd do it to save you some time rather than you having to. Would that be ok with you guys?
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    Ok, thank you. No worries if you guys decide it's not cool, I'd completely understand. Just let me know.

    Thanks for the quick response!
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    Fine by me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hokiealumnus View Post
    Ok, thank you. No worries if you guys decide it's not cool, I'd completely understand. Just let me know.

    Thanks for the quick response!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Duke View Post
    They just better not suck
    My tech, your reaction?
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    LOL Hokie is awesome! I wish OCF was more appreciated, was my first REAL OC site Love the changes that were made recently, Matt and MAtt are doing some good stuff there . Wish I could have helped more but I am not ed material especially when it comes to writers that are not submitting on time/at all :P
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    Yea, Matt is a great person to lead the community, completely agreed.

    Seems you found a good home here at TR; everyone I know on staff are top notch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hokiealumnus View Post
    Yea, Matt is a great person to lead the community, completely agreed.

    Seems you found a good home here at TR; everyone I know on staff are top notch!

    I think you hit that Nail right on the head and drove it to the core. Tis is a great place.. And its gonna be even better with our enthusiasm and great attitudes.

    You know I was part of an organization much like this one that would alway have at least 20 negitive comments on everything that I wrote. I began using it as an excercise to get used to not making everyone happy with my writing.. IT worked too. They always did their best to discourage anything that was written in the news and pick it apart with detail on TOS and placement, even grammer, hours that it the new product had been out and spelling errors.

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    Not the place for a post like this. I suggest reposting in the appropriate forum.

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    Not the place for a post like this. I suggest reposting in the appropriate forum.

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