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  • JeeMan

    Haha, well done Rarst! I am a regular reader for a couple of weeks, and I really like your blog.

    This kind of posts will make me come back, that is for sure!

  • You are definitely mad at someone. I also hate these comment spammers (who doesn’t). I wish there was something that could be done to stop these guys once and for all. Maybe we could shoot them on sight, that will stop them.

  • @JeeMan

    Glad you like it. :) If you have some specific ideas on what posts you want to see – feel free to drop suggestion in Skribit widget.

    @Lyndi

    Nah, not really mad. :) This is more of metaphor post. Cold murderous resolve to cause some backlash (at leisure) is more productive than being mad about stuff you can’t control anyway.

  • Donace

    Ah spammers; think I’ve spent waaay to much time finding ways to combat them!3 posts on one topic! think the dominate The Nexus’s idea bank :p

  • @Donace

    You are overthinking then. :) Determine common factor, block it, most of spam solved.

  • The DataRat

    “I am a regular reader
    for a couple of weeks,
    and I really like your
    blog”

    Ditto here. Just found your blog on a link at Freeware Genius
    today…

    http://www.freewaregenius.com/

    Enjoy your writing, and love your thinking !

    Only negative (and this is ~almost~ trivial), how come only one
    URL link per post ? I like to provide links where possible to stuff
    I mention. Usually no more than two or three (typically just two).
    But your blog won’t accept replies with more than one URL.

    I suppose there’s some good purpose in this. To prevent some abuse
    or another.

    Still very much esteem you and your blog.

    The DataRat

    .

  • >Enjoy your writing, and love your thinking !

    Thanks! :) Samer (and Martin of gHacks) typically send awesome readers my way.

    >But your blog won’t accept replies with more than one URL.

    Sorry, but I get ridiculous amount of spam with multiply links and it’s fastes and most foolproof way to filter it. And comments are usually light on links.

    You can use as many links as you want if you don’t include protocol (http) part and they are inactive.

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