Sunday 13 April 2008

Yello?, or, The post in which stops inadvertently censoring you

Since I started this blog, I've thought that the fact that only people with Gmail accounts could post comments was some horribly evil policy of Google/Blogger. Turns out, however, that that's the default setting and all along I could have changed it...Le sigh.

So, I've changed it. I don't know if this will make a difference in terms of commentary because 1) I feel like unless I either deeply offend or amuse someone who thus feels compelled to post, this isn't the kind of blog that demands lots of commentary, and 2) I'm so far too inept to figure out how to install Google Analytics, which would tell me how many people are actually reading this site. It might well be 3. But if I do have only 3 readers, then I adore them. IMMENSELY. In an appreciate and entirely non-creepy fashion.


Terry (@GameCouch) said...

I've been blogging for a few years and have no idea what drives people to comment. If you're interested in Google Analyics, e-mail me (I think this logs e-mail addys). Actually, I really can't help you, but I can connect you to the person who set mine up.

Bookphilia said...

Haha, thanks. I'm not in a hurry and will figure it out one of these days. Thanks for the offer though!

Anonymous said...

i feel so loved
kind of
i still hate blogger's word verification thing, though. google's are somehow slightly more english-like. blogger's stumps my fingers and my eyes.

Bookphilia said...

What, you mean you didn't know that czlbntac is a word?