Boston Magazine has a nice article about my friend CC Chapman, Dawn of the Dad.
The problem with the online version is that they don't link out. They don't link to the main subject of the article, CC's blog post about Ragu.
Why don't you have links to the original blog post by C.C. Chapman?Update:
The whole point of the article is to talk about his blog post, but how can a reader go back to the original source to see what CC actually wrote?
Google, I guess.
Here, I'll help:
Ragu Hates Dads
My Final Word on Ragu
Update (One more link from CC):
The Secret Sauce – Free Advice for Ragu
There, that wasn't too hard.
Please link out to the subject of your story. Makes sense. Thank you.
My comment is still not appearing on the Boston Magazine site. They must have people that need to approve comments before they are made public. Not sure why it's not there yet.
Update - Where did my comments go:
Now I know why my comments never ended up on the Boston Magazine website, they were posted to my Facebook page.
Let's see why.
When you click to add a comment, you are presented with this dialog box:
Image: Boston Magazine comment Dialog Box
So, like every other comment box on the internet, I clicked FACEBOOK, to, as I thought at the time, LOG INTO THE COMEMNT SYSTEM with FACEBOOK.
I left a comment.
Then I left.
I just went back to see if my comment had been posted. Nope. But another one had.
So I looked into it some more and read the comment dialog box more carefully.
Share your comments with your Facebook friends.
So the comments are posted to your own Facebook Page.
Image: My Facebook page
That's not right.
The dialog box makes you think.
You've got to decide if you want your comments on the Boston Magazine page or not, AFTER you click the comment button.
Makes no sense.
Now there are 10 comments. How am I supposed to see them? Go over to the article and try to see the comments. All I see is one.
Image: Boston Magazine 10 Comments
They added two links:
Image: Boston Magazine story with two links