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Welcome To The New Dark Reading Information Security Community
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Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
4/1/2014 | 4:20:09 PM
Re: New Look -- forums
Great question @jaingverda! You can absolutely create your own discussion thread. But it's not very intuitive! There the link to start your own blog or discussion board topic.

To navigate to Start-a-Board:

On the home page, under "Current Conversations," scroll to the end

>Go to "More Conversations."

>Hit "Start a Board," and write a personal commentary on a hot-button topic of your choosing.

I'll be looking for your post!

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jaingverda
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jaingverda,
User Rank: Moderator
4/1/2014 | 3:57:46 PM
New Look
So far I am loving the new look of the site and interactions with the story authors. But I did have one question about the site moving forward. I have done a fair amount of research into trying to find sites like this and the one thing I consestantly see is a lack of forum boards. I was wondering if Dark Reading was thinking about implementing those, so new people like myself can ask questions that might not be directly related to the stories being posted but get help in getting kick started in the right direction?
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
4/1/2014 | 7:48:03 AM
Re: Congrats!!! "Feels more interactive"
It definitely is more interactive @farii68! You can find out exactly how (and why) you should participate in the Dark Reading security comunity by reading my blog: Community & A Virtual Handshake

Hope to see a lot more of you in the coming days and weeks!

Best, Marilyn
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
4/1/2014 | 7:37:15 AM
Re: Congrats!!! "Feels more interactive"
It definitely is more interactive @farii68! You can find out exactly how (and why) you should participate in the Dark Reading security comunity by reading my blog: Community & A Virtual Handshake

Hope to see a lot more of you in the coming days and weeks!

Best, Marilyn
farii68
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farii68,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/1/2014 | 3:23:10 AM
Congrats!!!
can't wait to explore it more..It feels more interactive now...
Susan Fogarty
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Susan Fogarty,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/28/2014 | 3:27:34 PM
Lookin' good!
Love the new design! I can't wait to see what you all have in store for us. Congratulations!
MarciaNWC
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MarciaNWC,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/28/2014 | 11:40:20 AM
Re: The Dark Reading Community
I agree! The new design looks terrific and I'm also looking forward to lots of great security discussions here.
Drew Conry-Murray
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Drew Conry-Murray,
User Rank: Ninja
3/27/2014 | 2:25:27 PM
The Dark Reading Community
Congrats, Tim and Kelly! The site looks excellent, and it sounds like community you're building will be great. Looking forward to many good conversations here.
TRice26
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TRice26,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/27/2014 | 1:17:57 PM
new community site
Looks great!  Congrats Tim and Kelly!
cwilliams51
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cwilliams51,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/27/2014 | 12:30:51 PM
Congrats guys!
Congrats on the new format! Looks sharp! Looking forward to cruising through this and checking it out more!


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