When writing sites, one of the numerous considerations to make is on commenting. If you ‘re going anonymous commenting allow, moderate responses or have open up commenting, you should take into account the ramifications carefully. I have seen this verbal spewing by anonymous trolls and idiots on blogs, newspapers and broadcast news station pages.
I hate that media sites enable anonymous commenting as though to clean their hands of any responsibility for what the public has to say. That said, I believe there is truly a worthwhile place for allowing private commenting — on a college district’s blog. There is in three years of blogging for the institution area that some comments do in fact fall in to the what-were-they-thinking! Thankfully, the majority of the comments which have come in anonymously are relevant, conversational in nature and would have been great to have with a name attached so that we could have responded via further comments or perhaps a independent post.
- How can I erase the search and replace history in text editor Xed
- 256-bit AES encryption on all data, on all devices
- How much time can you dedicate to social media (if this isn’t your only function)
- Elm-reactor – get a project going quickly
- External font scripts like Typekit or Google Fonts
It is difficult to handle concerns or topics when you don’t know who’s requesting the questions or departing their nuggets of wisdom. Like Drew, McLellan, I highly recommend using a blogging plan. I can recognize that periodically …