Scenario: Office employees need to be able to log into a system and post opinions/comments on a daily basis for a period of 10 days. These need to be threaded and in response to a prompting question or two each time. Employees should be able to read thru other comments and look back thru older threads. I know there's a gazillion forum systems, and blog alternatives. Do you have a recommendation on which particular system would be best? I do not need a lot of features beyond what's described above. Most blog features would not be used. Not a public (ie. Facebook) type system. Bonus points for: ~ Clean, easy, pleasing, spare interface. ~ Back end tracking by user. ~ Easy install. Thanks!
What're your favorite photography blogs, forums, and magazines that focus on the craft and practice?
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Where can I find good, professional smileys/emoticons? [more inside]
How do we politely approach a Blog or Blogger and ask if they would be so kind as to review our e-commerce store....thus essentially promoting it?
How do we politely approach a Blog or Blogger and ask if they would be so kind as to review our e-commerce store....thus essentially promoting it? [more inside]
Funny blogs, forums or websites written about different types of workplaces? [more inside]
"Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen pounds nineteen and six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery." British personal finance blogs, forums and other resources? [more inside]
How can I convince my boss to use business blogging instead of forums? Or, how can my boss get A Clue? [more inside]
I want to find other sites like Metafilter that focus solely on creativity rather than political issues or current affairs. [more inside]
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If I post a message to a public internets forum, and then decide I would like to retract my statement, is the site owner/admin under any obligation to do so? Suppose there were no Terms of Service, and user editing/deleting is not supported. What about archived threads?
What's a good, active, intelligent, mefi-like site for discussing movies? I know about filmfilter.com, but sadly it doesn't seem that heavily used, and I must obey the Power Laws.
Will future politicians have to explain their Web past [MI]? [more inside]