Anyone looking for a place to talk or post up something that may seem interesting across the net have OAG’s Open Discussion to consider. Showing up every week here, the third Open Discussion for the month of February has appeared and allows anyone to participate in a topic or to start up their very own.
If sharing your passion about video games is your thing or you like to provide interesting information, the Open Discussion series is a place that accepts both concepts. The purpose behind this series on OAG is to give you the reader the opportunity to post up anything related or unrelated to the subject that is being discussed.
Moreover, much like any post on this very site, any comment will be approved and will not face any form of censorship. If a comment of yours appears to be missing and others can’t see it, whether it was censored by WordPress or Disqus, let us know and we will try to restore your comment.
The topic at hand for this week’s Open Discussion is about comments and comment sections. Recently I’ve been reading some stories around the web and when I scroll down to read the comments, lo and behold they are usually locked or there’s no comment section to begin with. Are comment sections important for a website?
In addition to the above, this act is nothing new but you can provide your thoughts on this matter if you want and what you think about it.
like every other Open Discussion, you don’t have to stay on topic. You can bring up other stuff if you want to, but if you do want to stay on topic and give your take on comment sections around about the Internet and how some are heavily restricted and how some aren’t, you are encouraged to post whatever in the comment section below.
Also, this week’s soundtrack is the Distant Worlds compilation for Final Fantasy. Share your favorite music below.