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Post in Books Section
OK, It's open.

It's easy to add a book (but not intuitive).  In the ISBN line, enter the 10- or 13-digit code.  Not letters, dashes, spaces, or anything else.  The hit Tab.  It will fill in the rest.

You can get the ISBN in lots of places.  The book itself, Google books is a help https://books.google.com/.

I will try to add instructions to the page on how to do it.

I don't find these three items useful, and may remove them, let me know what you think:

Books From Same Author

Books From Same Publisher

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This is our One Millionth Post!!!
This is our One Millionth Post!!!
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Bookmarks is an easy and convenient way to save and bookmark content that you want to find later:

Want to save a long topic for later reading?

Don't want to lose your spot in an interesting topic?

Need to mark something for moderator review?  

Curious about other people's favorite bookmarks?  

Bookmarks saves you the hassle of rummaging through multiple pages, searching, and navigating to find that one post you wanted to later review.  With one click, you and your users can save any post as a bookmark.  It offers a convenient way to compile, store, and organize your most favorite posts from around the community into your own set of bookmarks.     


Bookmarks offers the following features:

Public Bookmarks - Public bookmarks are viewable by other members and guests on a tab on the member's profile page.  

Private Bookmarks - Private bookmarks are viewed only by yourself.  This is perfect for the posts you secretly love to return to!  

Unlimited Bookmarks - Let your users save as many bookmarks as they want!  

Notifications - The content creator can get a notification when somebody bookmarks his content

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Are you the type that likes to get the last word?
Is yes, then this thread should easily hit 100 pages.
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What the Health
It's a movie on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/watch/80174177?trackId=13752289

Yes, it's all about the crazy conspiracies to poison us, yes, it's about being vegan, but I found it good.

Give it a watch, it's only an hour and a half, I promise it won't kill you to watch, it might even change your life.
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The dreaded New Years Resolution
I resolve to set no goals for next year.  I will likely fail.
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We be all modern and stuff
Just did a software upgrade.  There are some minor improvements, hopefully speed will be one of them.  After the upgrade, there are lots of tables still being indexed, so it may be a little slower.

Please reply here with software issues.
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Embedding Images
Hopefully it's working better now.  There was a hiccup after the upgrade, needed to work with the software folks and server folks.

How to embed an image?

Paste a link - it will automatically embed

Right click on an image, then paste it in the editor - it will automatically embed

Use the "Drag files here... " option below, then click the little plus sign

What is new and very improved, drag an image from your computer directly into the editor, it will upload and embed automatically.  Pretty nifty.
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Device Management and protecting your security
One of our more technically-oriented features for 4.2, we have added more detailed logs of user logins, and the devices and IP addresses used. This brings several new features:

Notification of a new device sign in

If enabled, users can receive an email notification when a new device is used to log into their account:

Email sent when a login from a new device is detected

When a user signs in for the first time, a special key is set to recognise the browser on subsequent logins. This mean the notification email does not trigger on a new IP address, which would be annoying when travelling or if using a network where the IP address changes regularly. Instead, the notification is only triggered if someone signs into your account from a new physical device or web browser.


UserCP Device Management

If enabled, a new page will show in the user's settings page showing all the devices which have been used to log into their within the last 90 days (which is recent enough that could still be logged in if "Remember Me" was checked).

Recently Used Devices

Users can see the device, browser, physical location (obtained by a GeoIP lookup) and if applicable, how the login was processed (for example, if the sign in was with Facebook or Twitter, this will show). If they chose "Remember Me" when logging in, they can undo that (handy if you realise you accidentally left yourself signed in on a public computer).

If they see anything they don't recognise, a page to walk them through the necessary steps to re-secure their account is available.



Users sharing the same device
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Wanna see how were doing toward our goal of 500,000 posts by 9/17/17?

Statistics are now in the menu listed under Browse.

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