Monday, May 04, 2009

Once Again at Episcopal Cafe

My newest post is up at Episcopal Cafe. It's about loss - but not the sort of loss I usually write about as a chaplain. I hope you enjoy it. I hope you enjoy it enough to comment over your name, and let us know what you think.

Take some time while you're there to look at other parts of the Cafe. We'd like for you to read, and we'd like to hear from you. You'll need to set up a Typepad account, if you don't already have one; but it's quick and, like most such online accounts, free. So, please, leave a comment at the Cafe, and let us know what you think.


Mark said...

This is Jack, Frank's dad. I would love to comment on Episcopal Cafe. But I am post internet. You will think I lie, but I do not know what my url is. Nor my password. I have one (password) for goole/blogs but do I have a new one for Episcopal Cafe? Or do I make one up? As I told you once, I have been trying to comment for at least two years at the Cafe. You are a chaplain. Please help the internet disabled.:) Jack

Marshall Scott said...

Jack (and others):

Episcopal Cafe uses Typepad, a third party, to manage comment software. To comment at Episcopal Cafe one has to connect to and sign on to Typepad. From the Comment page, you can find a link marked "Sign in." If you choose that link, you will connect to a Typepad page. On the right is the place for those of us already connected to sign in. On the left is a link to the registration page. You can register there.

There are other web sites that also use Typepad. Once you're registered with Typepad, you can log into any web site that chooses Typepad to manage their comments.

Mark said...

Marshall, there is No way I can comment on Episcopal Cafe. Url? I might know that. Password of e-mail. I have no idea. Have had the same password for years.What password are they talking about. Many other questions. But thanks for the help. Jack