Saturday, January 05, 2008

Comment moderation

If you're having problems with comment moderation, send me an email, at least if you want at least the possibility of a response. I'm double-checking unmoderated comments, and Blogger doesn't have a spam dump, so if you're comment doesn't appear, it usually means I've rejected it. If you complain about a rejection in another comment, I'll almost always reject that comment as well. If you send me an email, I might reply. I don't ever publish email content [without permission]; your email will be private so long as you don't break the law.

This is my blog, and I publish what I myself want to publish, not what anyone else, from Dawkins to Ratzo to Dembski, thinks I should publish. If you don't like my choices you're free to comment elsewhere or start your own blog.

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Please pick a handle or moniker for your comment. It's much easier to address someone by a name or pseudonym than simply "hey you". I have the option of requiring a "hard" identity, but I don't want to turn that on... yet.

With few exceptions, I will not respond or reply to anonymous comments, and I may delete them. I keep a copy of all comments; if you want the text of your comment to repost with something vaguely resembling an identity, email me.

No spam, pr0n, commercial advertising, insanity, lies, repetition or off-topic comments. Creationists, Global Warming deniers, anti-vaxers, Randians, and Libertarians are automatically presumed to be idiots; Christians and Muslims might get the benefit of the doubt, if I'm in a good mood.

See the Debate Flowchart for some basic rules.

Sourced factual corrections are always published and acknowledged.

I will respond or not respond to comments as the mood takes me. See my latest comment policy for details. I am not a pseudonomous-American: my real name is Larry.

Comments may be moderated from time to time. When I do moderate comments, anonymous comments are far more likely to be rejected.

I've already answered some typical comments.

I have jqMath enabled for the blog. If you have a dollar sign (\$) in your comment, put a \\ in front of it: \\\$, unless you want to include a formula in your comment.

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