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Beaufort County NOW has a Solid Month in October, 2014

    Beaufort County NOW, eastern North Carolina's only Moderated Informational Platform, has a solid month in October. Beaufort County NOW, the much discussed prototype of our Symbiotic Publisher CMS, had a respectable month in October, 2014, and remains the top website originating from Beaufort County on two fronts: 1) traffic of readership, 2) technology of a superior Content Management System (CMS) for a heightened readership interface.

    Last month, September/2014, BCN enjoyed a remarkable month, the best ever. October was decent, no September, but respectable, and still more than our competition. Not bad for a prototype, with no editorial staff, and no staff writers outside of me, BCN's part-time publisher, Stan the Man.

    Beaufort County NOW's technology is structured to provide this Moderated Informational Platform to the community by its uniquely original technology, and that technology will always be advancing toward an excellence to provide the better, nay, the best user experience available here in eastern North Carolina. The technology that provides the gun-works for this public platform also allow folks the ability to share serious issues, moderated for quality of expression only. It's Symbiotic Publisher's purpose to provide this place for the community, with one condition - no fake names, and you stand behind what you share.

    Now that is not too much to ask ... Eh? Here below are the daily figures for the solid month of October:

    If you have an interest in excellence, and a firm need to compete bigger and better than your competition on the internet, you may wish to contact:

    Stan Deatherage,
     Accounts Manager   •   Publisher of BCN   •   President of Symbiotic Networks, Inc.
     SNI# (252) 946-1132   •   cell# (252) 944-3905   •

    Chris Downey,
     Accounts Manager  •  Chief Technical Consultant
     SNI# (252) 946-1132   •

Should Beaufort County NOW restrict the contributions of others to content that will frame a consistent narrative, acceptable to an ancillary group, or should BCN accept contributions from all people, as per their conscience and their talents will allow?
88.84%   Yes, BCN should remain an open platform to all well presented contributions.
1.4%   No, BCN should project a composite narrative, closed to certain speech, limited in scope.
9.77%   Don't care, I come for the pictures.
215 total vote(s)     Voting has Ended!

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Deatherage and Associates will begin the offering of 3 tracts of good ground; easily accessible, well drained land, all with water access on the Pamlico River /Chocowinity Bay, with many other commonly owned spaces projected as part of the bargain.


Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook has now joined the ranks of those of us who have created moderated informational platforms that act as a hybrid publication.
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