I am pleased to announce that being as I have acquired a lot of new online friends since shutting down the Christian Social Network — a.k.a. CSNet — last year, I have decided to bring CSNet back online again.
However, please be advised that all old accounts have been deleted, and we are starting completely from scratch. As such, even if you were an old member, you need to go through the sign-up process and create a new account.
Sign-up is really quite easy, but you DO need to provide a REAL email address during the sign-up process so that the software I use can verify that you are a real person. For best results, please use a Gmail address, and follow the instructions in the email that is sent to you immediately, so that your account can be verified and unlocked for you.
If you encounter a problem signing up, you will see my email address on the sign-up screen. Shoot me an email if necessary, clearly explaining your problem. Include screen shots if you can.
Once your account has been created, from that point forward, you do NOT need to click on the sign-up button again. Instead, click on the green login button that is located in the top corner of your web browser window.
Also, please add both a profile pic and cover image as soon as possible after logging in to your account. There is a short grace period, but people who fail to do this will eventually have their account deleted.
I hope that you will choose to be one of the first to build back up our Christian Social Network membership.
On a final note, please be advised that being as I can no longer afford for iOS and Android apps, and the constant upgrade fees, CSNet is geared primarily towards desktop and laptop computer users. Tablets may work okay as well. I am really not sure.
But as far as cell phones are concerned, being as I no longer offer the apps, you will have to use whatever web browser you like on your phone, and proceed to the URL you see in this graphic. If you turn your phone sideways to landscape mode, you will get better results, BUT will still have problems navigating and seeing some things properly. You can give it a try if you like, but I just want to let you know that it won’t be nearly as good of an experience as with a desktop or laptop computer.