01-13-2012 01:06 PM
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01-14-2012 08:06 PM - edited 01-14-2012 08:08 PM
Thanks for quoting me, Ken! Almost to the word.
Here is the original post's text:
Two people have written to me asking me what kudos are and how one gives them.
For those who are wondering what they are and how they work, I thought I might post a simple note here in forums:
Kudos are a way of saying, " I like this post" or "I agree with this post" or "Thanks for taking the time to explain that" or "thanks for the link" or "that's funny" or "that's useful" or pretty much anything that makes you glad you read that post.
Kudos can be given by clicking on the star underneath someone's name to the left of their post.
So, kudos to you, everyone who takes the time to add information and goodwill to these forums!
And here is the link to original thread entitled Kudos: What They are and How to Give Them:
03-12-2012 06:39 AM
03-12-2012 06:45 AM
03-12-2012 06:53 AM
Well that's jolly nice of you to say so, and I do it all for free also, and often even without a slanging match.
Perhaps unlike Lulu I think if people ask a question then they want a reply ASAP ( because I have 'been there') and I can reply fast, so I do. It's very strange that some of the people who ask for help never seem to return though! Or they do and never say they have.
You don't do so bad yourself, but you could do with a bit of anger management?