To Our Readers and Correspondents

At the request of some of our readers and bloggers, we have added our correspondents' email addresses to the comments boxes. So when you move your mouse over a commenter's name, his or her email will appear. Click on it, and your preferred email client will open up and you can write your fellow correspondent directly. The idea is to facilitate discussion offline, and between bloggers and commenters. This is a standard feature on many blogs.

The email address that appears is the one associated with your registration or subscription account. To access your member/subscriber  information, simply click on your username in the upper right hand corner of the site.

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If you have questions you can email me directly at webeditor@americamagazine.org.

Tim Reidy

 

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James Lindsay
8 years ago
This works for commentors, but it does not work for bloggers. When we link on the original blogger's link, we get their collected works.
James Lindsay
8 years ago
Oh, so you get the fun task of screening out the nuts, eh? You could also add the email link to the signature at the bottom of the post.
Jim McCrea
8 years ago
I think that any commenter who is willing to post her/his name should also be willing to have his/her email address listed.    If you are worried about nastiness coming your way, that's what the delete button on your computer is for.
Jim McCrea
8 years ago
Observation is not one of my strongpoints.  I see you have already done so.
 
Let the games begin!

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