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May 02, 2006



a powerful post!

Bonnie Shucha

Thanks for the summary, Larry. I'm afraid that my comment about Blogger may have sounded more controversial than I meant it to be. As Bob pointed out in his comment, simply using the Blogger "software" isn't problematic.

My comment concerned those blogs hosted by Blogger. Sorry I didn't make this more clear at the session. I explain it more over at WisBlawg.

Regarding the spam on Blogger, I wasn't referring to comment spam. That can be controlled through authentication, as Bob points out. I was talking about "splogs" - entire blogs that are nothing but spam. From wikipedia: "Splogs are blogs where the articles are fake, and are only created for spamming."

Bob Ambrogi

This is an overbroad condemnation of First, Blogger has tools that allow you to authenticate comments or turn them off altogether. I have found the authentication tool quite effective in blocking comment spam. Second, if you use Blogger's "software" but host the blog on your own server, rather than on a "Blogspot" site, the problems Bonnie describes really do not apply.

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