Comment Survey

Because the Noisy One values your opinion he asks, should Noise Between Stations offer you, my dear visitor, the ability to add comments to each post? Your answer here. (Survey closed.)

Update: The survey revealed 75% in favor. Comments included: might find them annoying after awhile, and after awhile you might find that you are writing more for the audience than yourself...and after awhile you might start to filter your own writing.

Too many cooks spoil the soup. If I wanted to read others' comments, I'd read their weblogs. Buck the trend and keep NBS comment-less...

Let your thoughts stand in splendid isolation, i'll link to them then we can all argue over at my place...

Of course! finally!

On occasion I'd like to bat around an idea here, but I don't want to change the nature of what I originally wanted NBS to be, so I plan on putting in comments sometimes.

It's funny when I see a high-traffic site link to something interesting on a lower-traffic site, and in so doing 'stealing' the community by hosting comments regarding said link. This isn't my reason for wanting comments here, but it's worth observing.


Monday, June 24, 2002 | Permalink | Filed in Weblogs


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