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I remembered that I have a couple of self-portraits I did in 1996—back in the era before “selfie” was a concept that had taken the world by storm. But when “self-portrait” was still recognized as something that artists did (sometimes when at a loss for other subject matter—which is how my efforts came about)….—tommye scanlin
WORDPRESS USER ROLES
has access to everything concerning the blog: content, organization, registration. This is me, Margaret, for the present, until we get up and running. Then perhaps someone else would like to step in; we’ll see. (This blog is currently registered to my name, not ATA.)
has access to all posts, pages, comments, categories, tags and links: this is to say, the blog’s contents.
can write and upload images to, edit and publish their own posts.
cannot publish or upload photos, but can write and edit their own posts until they are published (by the administrator or an editor). We will learn how this works together.
followers (public sites):
read and comment on blog contents; receive notification when new posts appear on the blog.
I anticipate that this blog will be public for ready-to-view posts, and private/ passworded for posts that aren’t ready. Incoming comments/ replies are set for manual screening, and will be accepted from named senders only. We’ll have to see how this works.—MLS
WHO’S WHO ON SELFIESONSLOW 3/2015
administrator: Margaret Sunday
editors: Michelle Driver, Christine Laffer, Ruth Manning
authors: Mary Lane, Matty Smith
What User Role will be yours?
Leave a reply indicating your choice below, and I will sign you up to receive an invitation from WordPress. (MLS)
CALL FOR ANECDOTES 1/27/2016
The blog is looking for Selfie-related anecdotes for the new writing/ critical thinking section. If you have anecdotes to share, write them up (about one page or shorter per story) and send them in.
detail of work in progress, Slow Selfie by Janette Meetze