DUBROOM IN-SITE 13
WWW, January 2009 - As we continue to integrate the Dubroom Website with the weblogs, a new interesting way of leaving an easy and quick feedback to our items is installed!
There are several ways of reading the Dubroom articles, reviews et cetera. We have the website, and the weblogs. For those who can't wait and want to read everything before it's officially published, the Message Board is the place to go.
There are also several ways of providing feedback: via a comment on the weblogs or on the message board, for example. Or via a letter through our contact pages.
Recently, though, a new feature is installed which makes it even more easy to post a little bit of feedback. Anonymous, and you don't have to register.
On each on our five weblogs, we've added the possibility to rate the posted items. It's not a rating system where you add one or more stars, though. The reason for that is that it's actually not quite clear just what you rate when you simply give the item a number of points.
Take our reviews, for example. What is there to rate? The review, or the item that actually is reviewed? Or take a meditation by Messian Dread. What exactly would you rate?
And so, we did it a little bit different.
- On the main Dubroom weblog and on the Ifficial Blog of Messian Dread, you can rate items as "interesting" or "uninteresting".
- The CRC and the Babylon Observer blogs have different options: "I Agree", "I Disagree", "Interesting" and "Uninteresting".
- Last but not least: our Dubroom Reviews Blog has yet again another set of options: "not worthy of a review", "worthy of a review" and "essential for review".
One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)