I just received a comment about this blog that I will like to share with you.
nick pagan wrote:
I wrote a long, praiseworthy and complimentary comment on your procrastination
article only to lose it all when I found out that I had to register just to post
You make it too difficult to comment and to contribute and it's especially
disappointing after taking 10-minutes to compose a good comment.
You add a barrier to entry and I don't see the value of it. It's really turned
me off of visiting your site again – even though you have good content
Here is the public apology I would like to offer Nick Pagan and all my
readers who have been unable to post comments to my blog:
I am really sorry to hear this. I have had a running battle with automated
spamming engines that post really annoying commercials on my blog.
I would not like to infuriate one more friend and ally like you, so I will
disable the login requirement for posting comments on my blog immediately and
post a public apology to you and everyone else who was affected by this.
Thanks for your understanding and I apologize again for losing your feedback.
To Your Career,
Kingsley Tagbo, IT Career Coach
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