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Lightbulb blog forum?
i just orded my new ux of ebay and i want to wright a blog about it hear as i go on and about my experiences modding it. what i am getting at is alot of threads will have big shuffles as it gets moved to the top every few weeks so its not so suited to the standard nodding thred list.

i know there is a few others out there that could probably use this to display there on going mods for them selves and others too. id like to get this asap as the seller posts it on monday

names: blog/on going mods
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There isn't exactly a way to do a "blog" per say, but if you want to make yourself some space to write verbosely about a specific topic, you can create a new thread then reply several times under your first post (before anyone else does) thereby "reserving" that space for later. When you want to add more info, you can edit one of those posts. Just try not to abuse this too much : P
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with general forums (not this one) i have seen problems where other people get angry when some one digs out a 1 year old thread that no one has replied to. i am just trying to avoid conflict.

i might start it and see how it goes. although i am not exactly shore where it fits. i do want to do allot of nodding but it will also cuver buying and other subjects too (see how it doesn't fit?)

ps its a VGN-UX37GN(rear?)
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acer aspire one a150. 1.6ghz 1.5gb ram. 6cell battery
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i might just do a proper blog like yours benz. although this leads to the problem of cements don't have the same sort of input and descution at a forum does. for most mods i will be "chatting" about them and you just don't get that with a blog

(yes i know my spelling isnt 100%)
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