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TechBits commenters, take note: enable JavaScript

Next time you're posting a comment on TechBits*, you'll be required to have JavaScript enabled in your browser to post your comment. Our blog host, Typepad, sums up why they introduced this change:

"The vast majority of people will have [JavaScript] enabled by default and this should impact very few of your readers.  Non-JavaScript sources, on the other hand, are mostly spammers, so this change means that most of the comments you'll receive from here on in will be from actual humans."

TechBits gets its share of sordid, shady comment spam, so we appreciate any efforts to prevent it. On the other hand, we love to hear from you, so if this change affects your ability to comment, please enable JavaScript in your browser and let us know. (NoScript users may also have to allow scripts from typepad.com.)

* or any other SCLS blog.


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