Jul 112004
 

After reading Katja’s post about comments on brokenclay.org I’ve decided to enable comments. Due to the nature of the disease I have also allowed anonymous comments – makes me wish Blogger would allow comments via e-mail so people could use something really anonymous like the Mixmaster system (if this is what you prefer e-mail it to me indicating you want it as a comment and I’ll post it anonymously) but there are other ways to remain anonymous (Peekabooty and 6/4 though it is not fully functional or available and the ever popular “borrow someone’s unprotected wifi”!)- maybe in the next version.

Katja: Let me assure you I do not have a self-esteem problem – probably quite the contrary being raised on the elitist philosophy of Ayn Rand and Ojectivism (she pretty much summed it up in the title of one of her books: The Virture of Selfishness – granted I only read her intro to that book but I think I’ve read every one of her other books and seen her play). (A debate on Objectivism for anyone interested would best be done in another forum – email me – not on the MS blog) Hubris – I would hope not but possible – certainly (with tears) something I am guilty off far too often. As far as no one coming to the site I know better than that – though I have no way of easily tracking the XML traffic – and I know that accounts for some. I really didn’t think there would be demand for comments in the beginning but I was wrong. I can definitely see where other MS’ers, etc would want to comment on the posts and would add significant value to the site with their experience and input.

 Posted by at 11:17 pm

  2 Responses to “Comments Enabled!”

  1. Woo-HOOO! Comments ahoy! Yet another Libertarian? Or a Social Republican in sheeps clothing?

  2. I took the test on your site so I guess I am a libertarian. Heck knowing about GPG, Mixmaster, Peekabooty, and 6/4 probably definitely makes me a libertarian – that or pretty paranoid. 😉

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