Thursday, June 5, 2014
The editors of the Land Use Prof Blog are excited to announce that we have changed the "comments" section of the blog to be "unmoderated." We are doing this because we realize that it has often taken us too long to discover comments that need to be posted and, we believe, this has likely stifled some discussion that would otherwise occur. And so, we are going "unmoderated" for a trial period. That means that as soon as you post a comment, it will now appear on the blog immediately.
Now for the legalese. We reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason, though we anticipate wielding such power only in the few cases where we receive spam or comments that are not befitting of the forum's expected collegiality and are beyond the realm of spirited debate.
So go ahead, comment away!
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