Community. Freedom. Expression. You’ve heard these words before, but you’ve never seen it like this. Tufts Roundtable Commons offers a simple reading and blogging experience that really empowers you. You don’t become a part of something else, you create it.
With an idiot-proof posting process, there’s no technical mumbo jumbo holding back your thoughts from the rest of the Internet world.
11 topics to write, read, comment, laugh, cry, dance, sing and high-five about, there’s something here for everyone to enjoy: Arts, campus, news and politics, science and technology, business, travel, music, comedy, sports, videos, photos and if that’s not enough, there’s a even a misc section.
All that, in one easy-to-use, easy-on-the-eyes, easy-to-love website: TRCommons.org.
The TRCommons is one of the most advanced community blogging services in the country. By signing up you can:
· Create your own blog: Using our simple and robust blogging platform, you can write about whatever you want, from wherever you want, whenever you want. All posts go immediately to the front page, no strings attached!
· Bring your own blog: If you already have your own blog, there is no need to start a new one. You can simply syndicate your current blog to the Commons. After syndicating, whenever you update your blog it will automatically be posted to The Commons within a few hours. No strings attached!
· Front page/section pages: The Tufts blogosphere produces a ton of content. In ordinary circumstances, this may be burdensome to sift through. Fortunately, the Commons pools all content on easy-to-read newspaper like front and section pages. A team of moderators constantly keeps watch and features various blog posts from around the community.
· Social Features: TRCommons is a social community for bloggers within the Tufts network. Using The Commons you can follow bloggers that interest you, make changes to your profile, send messages, and respond to people in your public status.
· Groups: Are you part of a student group? Or maybe you just want to organize with your fellow students. TRCommons groups allows you to create a public and private collaborative groups. Each group can have its own forum(s) and posting boards
· Forums: Got something to say, but don’t have the time to write a post? TRCommons forums are the perfect place to speak your mind.