Disabling disqus

Part of the thing about running your own site/blog is being able to get away from that horrid miasma of the “commercial web”: siloed annexes of untransferrable content linked by globe-spanning advertising/profiling networks. So it’s not great to hear that Disqus, a staple of the static weblog setup, is all into the advertising business.

I’ve had a couple of interesting discussions on here due to commenting, but this place has always been (and likely always will be) pretty low-traffic, which means low comments. So in the interest of not contributing to company advertising profiles, I’m turning comments off.

Maybe I’ll see the re-emergence of comments if I end up shifting this thing off of a static site generator and back onto Wordpress or the like. In the meantime, email still works.

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Sorry, you need to enable javascript for commenting. That’s one of the drawbacks of having a static site blog I guess.