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What is the Future of Blue Hampshire?

One of the things we spoke about today at the NH Progressive Summit was some potential “Future States” for Blue Hampshire. Some ideas that came up: As an aggregator of progressive news. The RSS reader for folks that don’t want to use an a RSS reader. AN Aggregator of progressive events across the state (get […]

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New Site- BlueHampshire Meta Open Thread

Sunday Update:  Have updated a number of things that have been brought up in the comment thread. That should make the user experience a bit better here. Also as promised here are a couple of screencast explaining things narrated by your’s truly. These are also available on the Getting Started Page. Screencast: Logging in, Dashboard and User Profile Settings Screencast: New Diary, Formatting Improvements […]

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Conversion Update

Conversion has run in to a couple of snags… and has taken longer than expected. It’s a frustrating world where a “curly quote” can messup a database import script. But here is a little teaser shot. How nice to be able to browse the archives by month! As I mentioned in the first diary there […]

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BH Tech changes (Strange things are afoot at the Circle K)

Blue Hampshire Plans Transition to WordPress Platform From our first diary and first comment Blue Hampshire has been running on “SoapBlox”. SoapBlox is a custom developed web application built by one man’s passion to recreate Daily Kos type functionality for community blogs like BlueHampshire. A custom platform is good in many ways but also has […]

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Changes on the Front Page

Susan has chosen to step down from front page responsibilities here at Blue Hampshire. She will continue to blog and be a strong progressive voice in our state at Susan The Bruce you should check it out and bookmark it. Don’t be surprised if you see her diary or comment here once and a while, […]

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On Disclosure

We have had a long standing policy of “paid” campaign staff required to disclose the fact, particularly if the are posting about their candidate or their opponent. While the policy was put in place during a time when most folks used “screen names” on the internet it is still an important ethical disclosure today. Particularly […]

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Top 10 Diarists, Commenters

Just noticed a new feature in the Soapblox Admin area that reports out on the Top 10 Posters and Commenters… thought you all might like a look Posts* Dean Barker: 4,061* elwood: 939* hannah, 538* Rep. Jim Splaine: 375* Mike Hoefer: 374* Kathy Sullivan 2: 328* Mike Caulfield: 320* susanthe: 302* William Tucker: 287* Jennifer […]

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Top 20 Diaries

Someone asked me about the Top Diaries the other day so I thought I would do a post on in. This is based on total page views to the diary detail page, diaries that appear in full on the front page are some at something of a disadvantage as their content is viewable without a […]

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Meta: Tags/Subjects

Over in the right column I’m experimenting with displaying some of our tags as “Subjects” to aid in navigating the great content here on BH. A couple of questions for you all:- Do you like?- Does the tag nomenclature make sense?- Should there be more/others? There is no magic that happens other than displaying all […]

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Twitter List: Open Thread

Just added @TerieNorelli, @NHHouseDems and @GeneMartin to our Hamsters Twitter list. View/follow here https://twitter.com/#!/bh/hams… Want to be on the list? Let me know in the comment section. This is an Open Thread. What birds are chirping in your neck of the woods?

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