Wednesday, July 8, 2015 – “You like me. You really like me!”
Trivia Question – We know that it was Sally Field who said “You like me. You really like me!” as part of her Academy Award acceptance speech for Best Actress in 1985. For what movie was she accepting the Oscar?
So you like me too. Now show it. I would like to see some stars over Here’s What I’m Thinking.
One may read Here’s What I’m Thinking (HWIT) in several ways – through DRDRD85.me or via Facebook or via Twitter. When you leave a comment on any of those mechanisms, I am able to see who leaves it.
However, when you access HWIT, near the top, beneath the title, are a range of stars – one to five. This allows you to rate what I wrote. Unlike Facebook comments or HWIT comments, I cannot see who rates or assigns stars.
Move your curser over the number of stars to highlight. It is called a Likert scale for those of us who had to suffer through tests and measurements and statistics classes.
So if you really like what I wrote, please give it five stars. However, if you think it sucks and/or you disagree, give it one star. I cannot see who gives stars. So, dear Sister, et.al, here is your chance to disagree in total anonymity.
Remember – the goal of HWIT is to make you smile and/or think – not necessarily to agree.
“You like me ….” is the speech Sally Field gave when she won her second Oscar for Best Actress for Places in the Heart in 1985. You didn’t say Norma Rae, did you? She won Best Actress for that movie in 1980.