Trying something different for Comments

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Tim Higgins

So as an experiment, I’ve done the same thing for our Comments feature. If you’ve been hankering to weigh in on an article, but have been reluctant to register to do so, then you can now post away. Your comment will be submitted for moderation (hey, we’re not that naive), so it won’t appear right away.

Fingers crossed!

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