Posting in a sentence as a noun

That's normal, right?Thanks to Wil for posting this.

Articles will have to start posting the raw DNA for results.

If you're posting 10-16 posts a day and you forcibly put each of these into 100% of your fans, you're going to shrink your base.

You can look at somebody's average and it gives you a sense of what sort of things they're posting.

The YC partners were having lunch yesterday and he suggested posting this RFS.

In the US you need to put signs posting it as private property if you want to have a hope of charging people with trespass.

I recognize that sounds petulant, but back to the site in the first paragraph - a lot of people stopped posting because so much did not survive the great purges that went on.

But I think David's reply is interesting and compuhistoric enough that I don't want it to die in my GMail archives -- and so I'm posting it again here.

By the way, I don't know about anybody else, but for the first time I can think of, I'm seriously concerned about the consequences of posting support for somebody like this online.

Somehow, I feel like those being critical are posting from a SF coffeeshop, sipping a $5 latte, planning the next social-deals-crowd-sourced "startup".The man is more of an entrepreneur than most of the people on this site, myself included.

Posting definitions


a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"

See also: poster placard notice bill card


(bookkeeping) a listing on the company's records; "the posting was made in the cash account"


the transmission of a letter; "the postmark indicates the time of mailing"

See also: mailing