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Commenting Policy

Comments are always appreciated here - but some ways of posting comments are more appreciated than others, when they help me to help you easier.

If you have a specific technical concern, spend some time reading the site. Look under "Topics" in the sidebar, and examine the Topics list. Try and post any comments in a post relevant to the comment.
  • If you have a question, or need help, about a specific blogging issue, post in Google Blogger Help, or in my new forum Nitecruzr Dot Net Blogging Help.
  • Always post comments about specific technical issues under a post discussing that issue, in the appropriate forum. Please! If you have a technical comment or question, comment under a post with an appropriate title.
  • Post comments about random blogging issues under The Real Blogger Status: Leave Comments Here.
  • Post comments about random networking issues under PChuck's Network: Leave Comments Here.
  • Post comments about random life and social issues under Miscellaneous Musings: Leave Comments Here.
  • If your comment includes any technical details, it really should be discussed in the appropriate online forum. If your details are sufficiently interesting to me at the time, I may elect to answer your query by email. This will only happen if you post with your email address provided - anonymous posts can't be handled this way, and many anonymous posts will be discarded.
With those guidelines in mind, I'll look forward to seeing your comments.


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