Monthly Archives: October 2013
As all of you know, the reason urine-therapy.org asks for a financial donation (however small), in order to participate in our community, is to filter out hatred. The people who have access to our activity stream (LOL) have selected a donation amount, and the result has been a very positive. The community is not highly trafficked, but it is wholesome, friendly, and positive, which is wonderful!
I'd like to present the option of offering a "donation activity," as a way to maintain a balanced and reciprocal relationship with urine-therapy.org.
So, you can now contribute articles, videos, etc., to our online community as a Site Contributor, and your donation thereby becomes optional.
If you contribute at least one article per month, then you are welcome to come on board as a Site Contributor.
Our membership procedures are designed to keep our experience at urine-therapy.org positive, private, and properly archived. Wonderful discussions are happening at Facebook, where privacy, reliability, and future availability are valid concerns.
If you'd like to be a Site Contributor, just get in touch in the form titled "Leave a reply" below and send us a short description of yourself and the kinds of articles/videos you publish about urine therapy.
Blessings and best wishes :-)
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Our membership procedures are designed to keep our experience at urine-therapy.org positive, private, and properly archived.
I like what I see going on at FaceBook, for example, but, if your account gets blocked or deleted -- all of that information -- all of that sharing -- just disappears. I watched it happen as I blocked some angry people from one of my FaceBook pages, and I did not expect their previous comments to vanish, but they did.
Your content on FaceBook, as far as I understand it, is owned by FaceBook. However, if I publish on urine-therapy.org and talk about it on Facebook, then Facebook does not "own" my content. Owning also means: can be deleted at any time.
I just don't think it is a good idea to have so much knowledge-gathering, sharing, growing, and learning, threatened with potential "immediate deletion."
So, that's why we have the urine-therapy.org website.
What do you think?
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