Re: National Website in Japan (pressing for an action)

Seth Nickell <snickell stanford edu> writes:
> Actually, its probably because it actively requires a valid e-mail
> address to participate, whereas on one you create a hotmail account and
> just type it in everytime you want a throwaway, you don't even need to
> use hotmail. A bulliten board is like a one night stand, a mailing list
> subscription takes more commitment. That's why you treat the mailing
> list better.

There are two things you do in addition to requiring an email address:
 - send a password to that address that's required to post
 - disable addresses of nitwits, so they have to keep getting new ones


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