Who are we?

We are a group of writers who have decided to join together in a place where our views, perspectives, and angles of life can be seen by others. We take things we learn from each of our lives, and apply them into writings of various natures. The thing that we all want, and have in common, is that our goal is to enlighten people to see a bigger picture. Another angle on something they had perhaps already thought about and dismissed. As habitual scribes, it’s our honor to inspire those who read our works.

All of the writings generated by the authors of this blog are copyrighted by their respective authors. Not to be published under any other name besides the name of the respective author


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8 comments on “Who are we?

  1. This might be a bit of a redundant question but I still need to ask:
    Sharing via Facebook and the like is permitted, right?

    Yes, I spotted the Share This Buttons, but still I want to make sure it is all okay with you scribes.

  2. 3DCitizen says:

    Thank you for inquiring good sir. Yes that’s absolutely fine. It still links it back to us. The copyright is basically in case someone tries to claim the work as their own. Welcome to the conversation! Feel free to tell those you know about it. The more commentary, the more enlightening the conversation shall be. Thanks for joining us!

  3. Alrighty, I will share then. After all, Sharing is Caring.

  4. Sajib says:

    I have a suggestion if you’d not mind. Please do not italicize your posts because that somehow makes reading tougher and less comfortable to eyes.

    • 3DCitizen says:

      Sometimes when pasting from word documents it comes out weird looking. Thanks for letting us know what makes things easier to read, and we hope to see you more often here!

      • Sajib says:

        If pasting from MS Word or any other word processing software you should first turn on HTML mode in Add New Post editor. After pasting, you can then turn on Visual mode and do any kind of formatting you want. Pasting directly into the editor in visual mode includes a lot of unnecessary data that not only makes the text look ugly but also slows down the load time.

  5. 3DCitizen says:

    My personal habit tends to lean towards typing my posts within the wordpress editor. I’ll deviate from that for really long posts though… which for the sake of everyone I will try to avoid unless necessary. I like my analysis type things to be a good quick insightful read.

    On a side note, stay tuned for more news about the scribes. It’s highly possible that we might be expanding a bit to encourage more interaction.

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