So, once a weekly topic inspiration is expired, all posts and threads relating thereto are pulled down and tossed into the circular file?
I can't find any reference to the one for last week, on DIY tips for homeowners. I was more focused on the 30-30 challenge, so missed the 'deadline' for the WTI..but, if memory serves, I thought I saw others that stayed up past their time...
Is there an archive?
Oh, well, no biggie
Since they are only "pinned" to the top of the forums and then "unpinned" when the topic is over, they just do what any normal forum post does - they end up sinking through the pages.
They are posted in the Hubber's Hangout, so to find old ones you'd need to search back through the pages.
Here is a link to the last one for you: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/87316
I occasionally want to go back and do a WTI. What I do is just do an HP search for "weekly topic inspiration". I wish there were a better way, but the search option works.
Yep- all the threads are still there, just a search away!
And here are all the previous topics we've addressed (since Weekly Topic Inspiration emerged from HubMob):
Books for children (via Jason!)
Board games & card games (via Maddie!)
Creative ways to keep kids entertained over summer vacation (via Maddie!)
Weekly Topic Inspiration: Grilling Tips
Aging beauty tips (suggested by soozeqsh)
Self publishing tips (suggested by Karen Wodke)
Shoreline Adventures (suggested by K9keystrokes)
Back to School (suggested by cardelean)
Using technology to simplify your life
Disaster Preparedness (suggested by Dave Powell)
Defense against hackers (suggested by Dave Powell)
Preparing for the winter
The Meaning of Christmas, Hanukkah & Kwanzaa
Day care and babysitting
Cleaning Guides for Dummies
DIY Home Improvement Projects
Getting Organized and Killing Clutter
Improving your quality of life
Raising healthy pets
New years resolutions that are achievable
Using Renewable Energy in Everyday Life
Keeping your kids healthy
Easy Home Improvement Projects
A beginner’s guide to your favorite sport
Other than this thread, I think the easiest way to find a WTI thread is to use the HP search box with the term (in quotation marks) "weekly topic inspiration" and then filter the results by forums. That lists all of the threads, and that list can then also be sorted by date.
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
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by Christy Kirwan5 years ago
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by Christy Kirwan5 years ago
Good morning ladies and gentlemen, I hope you all slept beautifully! In fact, this week’s WTI is all about sleep.From herbal sleep pillows to heated socks to sleeping masks to contour pillows, there are a plethora of...
by Jason Menayan6 years ago
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by Dave Powell6 years ago
I again everyone! I wanted to suggest another Weekly Topic of Inspiration about "Taking the Offensive Against Hackers." These days, we all know that we should use updated antivirus and firewall software to...
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