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Blogger.com : Changes in Commenting System.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/12/2005 12:30:00 PM.

The commenting system blogger.com uses, has been modified.

It now lets you post comments without having to signup for an account or post anonymously instead you can just type in your name and, if applicable, your website address.

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  • Interesting format change, I like it, What is your opinion on Anonymous posting, sometimes on my blog I wish i had it off, as comments should be more from people instead of pussy-cats who dont identify themselves ;)

    By Blogger Teeth Maestro, at 2/12/2005 12:54:00 PM  

  • Since now the "Other" option is available beside the "Blogger" option to identify the person commenting, i would like to see the "Anonymous" option removed too.

    One should atleast have the guts to put up some sort of reference.

    By Blogger G3nu1n3, at 2/12/2005 01:00:00 PM  

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