A word on posting comments

Being new to the blogging world there are many things to learn as I go; managing the technical aspects of the blog is a good example. After experimenting with the comments capabilities of blogger I have arrived at the following:

1. Should comments be allowed? Yes by all means. We want a good discussion here. You may remain anonymous if you wish.

2. Can anyone post comments? Yes -- see previous answer.

3. Will they be moderated? Yes -- to keep flamers and spam under control. This means I will review comments before they are posted for public reading. This does not mean I will review with a critical eye or wish to limit discussion. Courtesy and civility are the watchwords.

I will strive to review and publish comments several times daily as needed.

HOW TO POST A COMMENT: I heard from a friend of mine who tried posting a comment but was unable to navigate the google/blogger registration system. Fear not:-) You do NOT need to register to post. Simply click on the word "comments" at the bottom of a post. This will cause a small window to pop up. Enter your comments in the message box and then look under that box and you will find four options under the heading "Choose an identity": 1. Google blogger; 2. Open ID; 3. Name/URL; and 4. Anonymous. You may choose any of these options. If choosing Name/URL you do not need to include any URL.

I hope this helps.

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