Friday, October 19, 2012

Does this site have a page on Facebook?

Now that I've turned off comment moderation I have seen a large uptick in comments on older posts.

It is  hard to believe that the person who left the following comment isn't a HUGE fan (or even a person.)

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But then there are comments like this:  Does this site have a page on Facebook? I'd like to be a fan

So, I did create a facebook page for the fictionary stuff:  


It's there... find me, contribute new words...

If you're looking for an RSS feed (this has also been a question) scroll to the bottom and under the "More Posts" box there is a link that says "Subscribe to Posts ATOM"  It's a little hard to read because of my super cool background, but it is there.

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