Oh hell no. Read it here: www.npr.org
From the article:
In some ways, the meteoric success of these sites could be a reaction to anonymous blogs and public comment boards, which can often devolve into name-calling and polemics. (A famous Internet axiom called Godwin’s Law holds that the longer an online discussion continues, the higher the odds that someone will compare somebody else to a Nazi.)
On this site, If past performance in any indicator, that line of demarcation seems to be the around the third comment in the thread.
There are a number of services to help bloggers and others remain anonymous on the Internet, and there are many active online communities created expressly to foster that anonymity.
New technology, however, is helping tech-savvy users to expose those who want to remain anonymous.
And now for something completely different. What’d ya know: I rank as “centrist.” Will wonders ever cease?
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