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Comments Are Open--Go Wild

posted by Bob Lawless

Comments now will appear immediately once they are posted (although blog authors may decide not to allow comments for individual blog postings). Under the old system, I had to approve each comment before it appeared on the blog site. As much fun as it was to monitor the blog continually and watch for new comments, it was getting a little old. We started out by moderating the comments ex ante because we were new to the blogging thing and feared oodles of spam. That problem never materialized.

We did not have a single problem with any comment that has been submitted. We'll still remove any comments that are inappropriate (e.g., profanity, spam, ad hominem attacks, or flame wars), but we don't see any reason that would suddenly start. So, go wild. Well, don't go that wild.


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