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Dave_Aragorn1
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10/7/2011 | 2:56:56 PM
re: InformationWeek's New Commenting System, Take 2
Finally
ANON1254945324393
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ANON1254945324393,
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10/4/2011 | 6:21:06 PM
re: InformationWeek's New Commenting System, Take 2
Testing this out to see if it will work. I don't know why it has such as long post as.
Leo Regulus
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10/2/2011 | 2:31:37 PM
re: InformationWeek's New Commenting System, Take 2
Thank you. Thank you also for being communicative with us (readers), listening and responding to our comments.
ajones320
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10/1/2011 | 12:42:42 PM
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While I welcome the new comment system I does make me shiver that these days everything must be linked to some Facebook or Google login. I use it out of necessity, but I trust IW more than the "we spy on you in your sleep"-Google or the "we hire only inept script kiddies"-Facebook folks.
And CAPTCHA is worthwhile when it is done right. Disqus does not use any of that and creating new accounts to spam comment functions is easily done. I guess time will tell if the switch cuts down on spam.
FarVision
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10/1/2011 | 12:28:03 PM
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I've become a fan. As it taps into my back-end of all my social media, I can choose exactly who to post under, and it takes an extra two seconds. Any online forum where I have to go through any extra steps to log in / create new account - that site just get's forgotten. I don't won't do it.
Tom LaSusa
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10/1/2011 | 6:02:33 AM
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We didn't want to use Facebook for that exact reason, WHT. Disqus may have a couple of issues, but so far its been working a hundred times better than what we had. Judging by all the comments we've gotten so far on different articles, everyone seems pretty satisfied.

But thanks for the heads up. We'll keep an eye out on the system for any oddities!

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Tom Lasusa
InformationWeek
jasonscott
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9/30/2011 | 11:26:35 PM
re: InformationWeek's New Commenting System, Take 2
Much appreciated! Thanks!
wht
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wht,
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9/30/2011 | 8:16:24 PM
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Thank you. However, a few local newspapers have dropped using DIsqus due to problems!!! Let's hope you and the users don't have a similar experience. Newspapers went to Facebook login, but that is not acceptable to me and many others who will not open a Facebook account, or Facebook is blocked by our work firewalls.
Tom LaSusa
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9/30/2011 | 6:36:21 PM
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Believe me, AustinIT, it's our pleasure!

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Tom LaSusa
InformationWeek
AustinIT
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9/30/2011 | 6:34:55 PM
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... actually. Thank You!! It's been a long time coming and feels like fresh air.
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