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1 Mar, 2006
Due to recent amount of comment spamming. We've decided to implement authentication for comments/talkback. This simply means visitors will need to identify themselves (can still remain anonymity) if they wish to post a comment/talkback.
After some evaluation, we decide to use Six Apart's free authentication server, TypeKey. TypeKey is a free, open system providing users a central identity for posting comments on weblogs and logging into other websites. Unlike WordPress' registration requirement, TypeKey works on thousands of websites: from weblogs to Six Apartís websites to services made by third parties. If you have a TypePad account, your login can work anywhere that TypeKey is accepted.
Best of all, you can still remain anonymity and use use TypeKey for free.
TypeKey is a free authentication service that lets you sign-in to your favourite websites.
Best of all, t's free, quick and easy, and you can still remain anonymous. You just need to supply a valid email address to TypeKey (not to us or other websites).
If you have a TypeKey account, you can SignPosted by Antony at March 1, 2006 2:23 PM
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