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From: Lyndy (Lyndy7) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/1/14 7:18 AM 
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The Delphiforums News and Views February edition is now ready for your enjoyment!

N&V Announcements:
1. Due to real life situations, and commitments, the N&V will now only be produced bi-monthly. This may change and reverse back to monthly depending on the situation and demand.

2. The Delphiforums News and Views forum is now open as a community center! We have a folder for you to be able to interact with each other, leave messages, meet your neighbors and/or find forums of interest to you. We are your place to meet, greet and support. (Please abide by our rules: NO inter-forum disputes and be respectful to each other).

3. We are introducing a new feature to N&V - a series of articles pertaining to the Entertainment industry - this covers a wide variety of interests for people. If you have an entertainment based forum, or have a favorite forum you belong to, please contact us if you wish to be involved in this new segment.

4. In response to the many inquiries - Showtalk is no longer a member of Delphi staff, however, we are pleased to announce that she is remaining on N&V as a co-producer and writer/editor.

February Edition:
This month we have quite a few articles to interest you:
We have a new feature of quotes about cats; plus our usual features: a funny joke; polls and Hosting Tips:  an article about hosting a forum "beyond the main stream" and guidelines for moderation.

We have two great articles - one by Gaelspirit; and Showtalk also wrote an interesting article about "What is Spirituality" and introduce you to our new article on "Entertainment" - the Olympic Games.

We also feature three forums this month: "Spirit Visions"; "I see Dead People" and introducing a new forum "Virtual Traveler".

Please come and join us in our new community center, read our great articles and give us feedback on the edition and requests/ideas for future editions!

See you there at:


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