|Magister Hayk||Posted Oct 29, 2012, 01:07 PM|
|There are forum sections where it is impossible to post links.
Some links are not possible to post due to some specific spyware that comes with the webpage.
I guess Administrator should run special test to clean the page key folder from malignant programs.
|Posted Oct 25, 2012, 11:41 PM|
|In my opinion, coinoscus living begins with finding out the positive thing that you have been called to do in your life that brings you a sense of meaning and purpose. Next, once this is discovered, becoming aware of the way in which you have been destined to impact the world because of your unique gifts, talents and abilities is key. Lastly, developing a vision and a plan to step into your purpose and then working toward it. I also believe that if you step into your purpose with the motivation of using your gifts, talents and abilities to serve, impact and help others, it normally will translate into a livelihood. They say that if you find out what you love to do in life and do it, you will never work a day in your life. This is because, what you are doing you find enjoyable and it does not seem like work. To add to this, to be paid for it, is like the cherry on top of a sundae. If your life takes an unexpected turn, which it sometimes does in all of our lives, you do the positive thing that you have to do to try to endure and persevere with the understanding that it is just a detour. With all detours, if you just keep going and get back on original track, you will eventually get to your destination and help others in the process. Conscious living is understanding that someone else in the world needs you to fulfill your purpose in life so that because of your impact on them, they can realize, step into and fulfill their purpose in life. Kevin|
|Magister Hayk||Posted Jul 01, 2012, 05:29 AM|
|Now I can post links:
What is more interesting is that I learned why it was not possible to do so before. How interesting.
|Magister Hayk||Posted Feb 10, 2012, 03:17 AM|
as long as you make at least 5 posts, there should be no problem posting links, wherever you are in the world.
No it is not so, is some forums parts I cannot post any link in very few I can.
In particularly e.g. in this forum segment I cannot post any link.
Moreover, I cannot add words to my signature.
|lucid_dream||Posted Feb 10, 2012, 12:01 AM|
|as long as you make at least 5 posts, there should be no problem posting links, wherever you are in the world.|
|Jakare||Posted Feb 09, 2012, 03:00 PM|
|I am not an US resident and I can post links.|
|Magister Hayk||Posted Feb 09, 2012, 02:07 PM|
BM is in the process of migrating to new servers due to bandwidth issues so there may be temporary down times, though these will be short-lived and may in fact already be over.
Are you planing somehow to improve Brain Meta making it optionally more sound for users by enabling to post links for non US residents or it is just a technical shift?
|GodConsciousness||Posted Feb 09, 2012, 08:25 AM|
|echo LD on this one. the majority of visitors are looking for specific info on their topic of interest. some end up registering and actively participate while others just get the info they need and then they're off.|
|Jakare||Posted Feb 09, 2012, 08:14 AM|
I have a question. It seems that there are quite a lot of lurkers at any given moment. Are these real people, or a flock of computer-generated automatons? If real, are there statistics on the topics of interest?
the majority of visitors are coming in from various google searches to specific forum topics.
I was asking to myself the same Dan. Lately I have seen up to 212 "guests". It makes me curious.
|lucid_dream||Posted Feb 09, 2012, 08:09 AM|
|the majority of visitors are coming in from various google searches to specific forum topics.|
|Review the complete topic (launches new window)|
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