It’s a big pain when they do things like this, but it’s also long-overdue. See, now I can set header and footer code and embed stuff and make my social sharing mechanisms a whole lot better.
What does that all mean? I have no idea, but one thing I was able to figure out was the comments. Yep, now you comment on the site with your Facebook profile.
Whoa – can’t all my friends and family see how crazy I am if I do that?
Well, I guess.
And doesn’t that make it less likely I’ll comment?
You’re not commenting now.
I’m starting this out on the Montana Political Blog, and that way all the face Republican accounts can open up their spammers to talk about making $750 a week at home or something.
Hey, I don’t really give a shit – say what you want, but if you go bat-shitcrazy like some of the commenters on other Montana political sites, then I’ll just delete your comments.
I have no problem being heavy-handed like that, mainly because I have no real concern for anyone trying that strong-arm Gestapo-bullshit.
I’ve already tested the commenting system out, and it works, and you can even like your own comment. That’s worth a lot in today’s world, for people who like that kind of thing.
Many are in-depth and hard-hitting and probably elicit a response in you, so why not use Facebook to let everyone know?