Someone said that posting with discipline brings blogging to life, and not moderating comments can be the death of blogging. Well if I don't remember who said it, it is possible that I just made it up 🙂
With spam, Viagra deals, viral chains, and trolls' cynicism, it's important to moderate comments. At least, you can help those who have very good intentions but their spelling problem is chronic (I do), or eliminate those that make use of offensive language ... but I have found an interesting way to moderate the comments:
The guys Fragoneta.com They have a good intention to take care of your blog and its content is pretty good.
Attention Gentlemen of the Technical Service:
Last year I changed from the 7.0 Bride version to 1.0 Wife, and I observed that the program started an unexpected subroutine process called “Son” that took up a lot of space and important resources and that the program also occupies a lot of hard disk. There is no mention of this phenomenon in the explanatory brochure of the program.
On the other hand, Wife 1.0 is self-installed as a resident in all other programs and is launched during the start of any other application, monitoring all system activities.
Applications like Beer with Friends 10.3, Night of Drinks 2.5, and Soccer Dominguero 5.0 no longer work and the system hangs every time I try to load them.
Occasionally a hidden program (virus?) Called Mother-in-law is launched ...
... continues but in Green Sleeves Has the answer
Little is known of who was the author of the original writing, which by the way has very good creativity to make a history in technological language, I once did it in "a love story for geomatics"As I thought it was good, I have left this comment:
hehehe, isn't it that your Dual Core doesn't have enough power according to your requirements?
... after a while are consequences that you are using virtual cache ...
Apparently the relationship is not so obvious, we should ask who made the original writing; In response they sent me this email:
You wrote this on the blog fragoneta.com:
And we do not see relationship with the post, we are taking great care of the comments and links because we have just launched this blog and we want to pamper the positioning, so I would like to know the relationship to approve it.
It seems to me an "interesting" way to moderate comments, although not many will have the pleasure of answering an email like that and even making a comment again even if they have the good intention. But to see that I do not hold a grudge, I recommend that you see Fragoneta.com, I think it has potential.