Sunday, 10 April 2016

Anonymous users may now post comments

Hi guys!

This is just a short post to announce a change to my blog; in a nutshell: Anonymous users may now post comments.

So yeah, you no longer need to be a member of Google+ to post a comment here.

I have been delighted to read the comments posted by readers since Lilura1's inception; including those of devs, published authors, talented modders and hardcore gamers (some of whom also follow me on Google+). However, I realize that many people out there can't be assed creating such an account just to post comments on a freaking blog.

In addition I have added a Google Friend Followers gadget so that people may easily follow the blog, rather than just me and my Profile (located just below the Google+ Followers gadget, on the right sidebar.)

Both of these changes should have been made long ago, as while this blog gets some hits, the commenting and participation has been comparatively sparse.

Thanks for commenting on my posts and following my blog, one that is focused on the Infinity and Aurora engines and the unparalleled role-playing experiences hosted by them.



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• Use zoom function of your browser to make the blog more readable. In Chrome, that's Ctrl and Shift and +. I recommend that you view this blog with Chrome and its wonderful Imagus extension.

• Full comment stream is viewable here

• Anonymous users may not post comments. This is to cut out spam and insipid drive-by comments like "Love your blog!" and "You suck!", which I also consider spam. Register an account and Follow the blog if you would like to comment. Register on Google+ for a custom avatar!

• You can italicize, bold and underline portions of your text with simple HTML formatting elements. Likewise, you can include clickable hyperlinks with the basic HTML tag.

• Blog is moderated due to influx of spammers, trolls and bigots. I can spot a troll a mile off and hit it right between the eyes with fire and acid.

• Comments of a personal, political and religious nature are ignored. Comments with "isms" are ignored. Blatantly off-topic comments are ignored. Criticism of Renaissance RPGs based on degenerate current gen fads, trends and "sensibilities" are ignored.

• Remake-based comments on my Infinity Engine retrospectives don't get through the gate. This blog is about original-game narrative that has been in an authoritative state for 20 years. I don't care if a remake fixed this or broke that; I don't care who made the remake or who sanctioned it: there is only one authoritative version of a game, and that's the one released and patched by the original devs.

Thank you for commenting, and have a lovely day!