Comment withdrawal.

Don’t you just hate it when a site doesn’t have comments enabled? I just found out how much it bothers me. Normally I don’t really care, but there are times when it drives me up the wall. Here’s a good example.

I was just reading a RevolutionSF article about Eureka. While I agree with most of the points made, such as Eureka not getting enough love, I saw at least 2 major mistakes. Not spelling or grammar. I’ve read enough stuff on the net to overlook that most of the time. The mistakes made undermined the entire article. At least, I think so.

Character development in a Sci Fi show? Ha!

As with any ensemble show,in the first season, a lot of time had to be spent introducing all the characters and getting everyone established within the storyline

There was major development during the first season. The sheriff’s daughter Zoe was a different person by the end of the season.

Dream a little dream of me.

Imagine the most embarrassing dream you’ve ever had, and then imagine that other people are sharing that dream with you. Whether it’s Jack dreaming of being naked in public or resident junior geek Fargo having a romantic fantasy about his secret crush, which she happens to share, the results are hilarious.

BZZZZT! Wrong! Thanks for playing. That wasn’t Fargo’s dream. They made a big deal about that in the episode. It was supposed to look like it was Fargo’s, but the person really having that dream was Jo. The only way to miss that would be if you didn’t watch the episode.

Guess I just had a Eureka! moment myself.

[tags]TV, Sci-Fi, Eureka, Internet, RevolutionSF, Comments[/tags]

2 thoughts on “Comment withdrawal.

  1. mlankton

    Regarding comments, if your site is more portal than blog, I don’t think no comments is such a bad thing. Then again, even Slashdot and Bluesnews have discussions.

  2. 2xKnight

    That is true, and it probably does apply in this case. RevSF has a forum for this sort of thing. I do think that comments would be a great addition to their site, but that’s just my opinion.

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