Welcome back!

Thank you for your continued interest in our exploration and validation of current practices among the free commercial service providers.  The previous two labs were created to look individually at the announcement path between users of these service providers.  The first direction explored was an announcement from church to the user of a free service — and that’s what we’ll be looking at here, but using a different free service, one that is not funded by revenue generated through advertising.   Therefore, the fourth (and final lab in this series) will look in the other direction, from the user of this free service to church.

I just realized that my second lab in this series is going to pollute the test results because it contained a link to the first lab.  Well, the point will still have been made, I think.


 

Okay then…

Time to make this lab more interesting to the virtual consumer.  Since bulleted list styling has been vexing us, let’s begin with one done in a style other than Paragraph.

Frequently Asked Questions:
  • Why are we doing this?
  • How are we doing this?
  • Who is leading the charge?

Perfect: That was a bulleted list (unordered) done in “Preformatted” style.

In Heading 6 Style:
  • Still an unordered, bulleted list
  • Still with several items
  • Long enough to be of potential interest

And lastly we’ll try a numbered list:

Tasks to perform next:

  1. Proof-read this lab
  2. Publish this lab
  3. Send announcement email from church
  4. Set up Lab #4

And I guess we should repeat that in the two other styles tried above.

Frequently Asked Questions:
  1. Why are we doing this?
  2. How are we doing this?
  3. Who is leading the charge?
In Heading 6 Style:
  1. Still an unordered, bulleted list
  2. Still with several items
  3. Long enough to be of potential interest

There, that’s plenty for this lab.

 

See you in Lab #4!