KUAC and NPR Are Back Up in Tok

Regardless of the semantics being discussed in comments on this blog, KUAC and NPR are no longer down for the count and are back up and running in Tok. Hurray!

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  1. anon

     /  May 10, 2010

    semantics? use the right words or shut up

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  2. I’m certainly willing to take advice from people who are not hiding behind “fake” anonymity, but one must question the person who doesn’t want to be known.

    I say “fake” because I’m sure you – as well as most intelligent people – know that your identity isn’t actually anonymous to the person who runs the blog where you’ve commented. There is enough data attached to your posts to be identifiable/traceable.

    But clearly you have a need to use this “fake” anonymity so I will honor that by not revealing your identity here.

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  3. A Non-Fake Person

     /  May 11, 2010

    mmmm…..I use a “nickname” or “fake” name all the time on the internet. I use “nicknames” because it’s the internet. Didn’t realize I am FAKE because of that?!? Oh what that is just one ladies opinion and hers really doesn’t matter in my life 🙂

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    • Well, nicknames are different from putting anon@anon.com and thinking that hides your identity.

      You may have used A Non-Fake Person as your “fake” name, but you still put your real email address behind your post (or a carefully crafted fake one).

      Many of us use fun nicknames to suit our mood or the forum. But when a person begins to criticize someone else publicly and repeatedly, at some point the anonymity gauntlets should come off – just common decency. However, in this case, there is a good reason this person doesn’t want others to know they are the person saying the things they are saying.

      I honor that even though I don’t believe their behavior on this blog is honorable.

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