No, I don’t need to log in to comment
If you have a blog, and you restrict access to your comments, that is okay. If you want me to log in or register as a user before I comment, that is fine too. We all have problems with comment spam, I understand.
And you will probably understand too, that I will not comment anymore on your blog, because I do not spam comments.
Yes, I would have liked to give a comment on Cameron’s entry “follow the money“, I referred to it in my last article and wanted to give a little summary, why this supported my point.
But now, just seeing this ” This weblog only allows comments from registered users. To comment, please Sign In.”, I notice, that it was not that important anyway. Steve Rubel? I posted comments in the past, but hey, he got too many comments as he said.
MSN Spaces? Completly out of my blogosphere, because you need Passport to comment. Yes, I see the value in restricting reading blogs and commenting.
Just as in the article before: You want something from me, what I don’t want as bad from you. Your choice.
Tags: cruel to be kind