You may have noticed some design changes around here during the last couple of weeks. Most are esthetic changes, but the one which may affect Letters From Texas readers the most is that comments will now made via your Facebook identity, which will (hopefully) enable a more robust discussion over both platforms – here and on Facebook. The down-side (or up-side, depending on your point of view) is that the change won’t allow for anonymous comments any more, or comments left via screen names users make up just for the blog.
Personally, I may miss the anonymous comments the most, since those were generally the snarkiest. Clearly, we love snark here at
Letters From Texas Worldwide Headquarters.
Also new is the built-in ability for you to share content to Pinterest, and this is the first political website (that I know of) to offer it. I think Pinterest is one of the more interesting emerging social mediums lately, so we’ll see what happens with that.
I would also invite you to like the new Letters From Texas Facebook fan page – there’s additional content there which is unique from the content here!
Please let us know what you think! And, as always, thanks for playing with us!