December 10th, 2004

10 Dec 2004, by


Because of some jerkwad comment spammer, who started way back at the beginning of my blog but whom I thankfully caught only 20 entries or so in, I have disallowed comments by non-members. If you feel moved to comment, you can become a member. There’s still a form that allows you to do that on Sophia’s page. I have no idea how well it works, as to the best of my knowledge no one has ever used it. If it seems buggy, you can email me. As you know if you read the blog – as opposed to sending a robot to harvest the item urls for spam, curse you – I had been expressing some uncertainty as to the value of comments here anyways. I would like to re-enable them and I probably will at some point, but for now, while I sort things out, it’s just easier to turn them off. Every comment was from a different IP, so all you fools allowing trojan horses to use your machines to send out spam are doing the work of the devil. Cut it out. Use a firewall and some sense.


Oh, and I fixed the bug about comment redirection too. Not that you would see it since you can’t, you know, comment or anything.

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