Updated: Apr. 22, 2007 (it’d been the same for at least 2 years…)
Updated: Jul. 5, 2007 (nofollow policy update)
Updated: Jul. 10, 2007(back to nofollow)
Updated: Feb 26, 2008(just saying no to SEO terms instead of names)
I reserve the right to remove links from comments. Yes, solely at my discretion. I’m not a high PR blog so I don’t expect to have to do this often, but there you go — it is so written.
Use a name in the “Name” field. Name fields stuffed with SEO terms will ensure your comment is deleted. It pains me as that will clobber some good comments… but I’m not your marketing engine. Show some decency.
I also reserve the right to remove foul or profane language from comments. Again yes, at my discretion.
I run multiple anti-spam measures. As such, a comment may inadvertently disappear. I don’t believe it happens often and you’re welcome to drop me an email if you feel it happened to you. The amount of spam is too high to warrant reviewing the filtered comments anymore.
The content of this site are my own personal opinions and do not represent my employer’s view in any way, shape or form. Heck, as far as I know the whole “blog” thing generates blank looks from my employer — or makes them squirm.
A blog is intended to express my opinions or thoughts, therefore my thoughts and opinions are not “wrong” as such and you should not claim they are, they are opinions. Anyone thinking otherwise is itching for a brawl.
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