Welcome, Storm Riders. Let this be the introduction to your Noah’s Ark, to save you from the Storm.
The program will prompt to register at the login screen. Or, if you come in unregistered, look to the top right, the My Account, pull-down menu, and register there.
In your profile, add your name and any old or new social handles. The more you add, the easier it will be to be found by old friends using search. The next sign and wonder from the tech team will be how to configure it so you can re-friend everyone with new handles in one shot with the press of a button — it’s in the works. You can also add a telephone number to receive posts by text, but the simpler option until that is required will be updates by email.
The sidebar has links to areas to discover. The most important is the Meme Warehouse, which is not activated yet, but will be tomorrow. You’ll be able to upload your memes into categories to make it easy to download and post. You’ll also see links to QMN articles — if you click, it takes you to the main https://qm.news/ website. Inside an article, at the very bottom of the right margin, you’ll see the ship to take you back here. We put it at the bottom for now, because this isn’t for everyone, just yet. Another link inside of QMN takes you to https://stores.qm.news/ which features tactical gear. If you get lost in there, click on the logo at the bottom of the page, in the center, to take you back to the News site and then click through from there to this Community section. You can also always just type out the address: https://storm.qm.news/.
You can follow the lead of your moderators to create posts, discussions around articles or to add topics in a forum. As long as Facebook and Twitter are up, the battle remains there, but use this space as your own headquarters, free from censorship, DARPA and hall monitors. If you see any enemies infiltrating, report them immediately to your moderator. Otherwise, this is your freedom zone.
This message, along with the introductory column of Brian’s — an interview about his Anon journey — is being sent by email tonight to everyone who has logged on here and everyone of you who subscribed in the last four days to the news site, where we’ll be publishing Brian’s column there, too.
Thank you for allowing us to help the group when you needed it most. As for the battle of America, as the cheerleaders used to tell us, Go, Fight, Win. We are here, at the ready. One more day ’til Red October.