I just received an e-mail that was dated back in September.:-O:confused: I'm wondering why it took 1 month and three weeks to receive this e-mail. It involved the new rules and the member of the month for September along with other informative insights. I just performed an e-mail test, checked my junk, to see if is was the fault of the e-mail handlers. I know you all have a difficult job in making sure that everything flows smoothly for this website in order for everyone to to have the ability to navigate so they can help others.:icon_lol: I also read for the first time that you are not allowed to ask for help from the moderators nor members. How am I suppose to be an asset to this community without that push in the right direction, which is silently asking for help, since this is the first forum I've ever been to, and the only one I'm a member of? :icon_confused: I want to help and be an asset, I'm just need some clarification within these guideline and rules. I did however indicate that I've been away for quite sometime and don't understand some of the computer acronyms nor some of the computer lingo.:icon_eek: Even though when I was teaching and had to implement computers in the classroom and programming to me at least does not lend to the extent it is today. I've never been to a chat room, therefore I have no idea what there jar-gin:?: is. The point is. I am not suppose to ask for help regarding this forum or am I misunderstanding that rule.:icon_surprised::icon_question: I just want to help those whom are either totally lost and just beginning, intermediate, advanced, and everyone in between with their computer knowledge and the how-to's. I do appreciate, that every time I come back, I am seeing more and more easier ways to post a thread, start a thread, and so forth. Thank you for the smiles. I was doing it the hard way by entering the codes. I want to thank all of you whom are aiding the ability to see what was missing. Probably the Moderators and Super Moderators. Thank you. :) Maybe it's just the fact, the more I visit, and contribute, the more privileges are given to me in all of this.? The reason why I say thank you so much is because I know there is a great deal of difficult, tedious, detailed, (Plus more extensive) work. When no one, or hardly anyone shows a bit of gratitude, especially in the times we are living in; one might think no one appreciates what we do here; thus making one feel there not making a positive impact. That is simply not right. I know that it would lift up my spirits to be thanked and appreciated. Even from little o' me, thank you, for all your guidance. Thanks just doesn't sound right.
Salutations from E.G.