“I’m not going to use Facebook.”
(said in a tone that made me think it was going to be a rough conversation)
As I explained our reasoning and our recent change, she admitted that it makes a lot of sense — that a lot of people making the comments on our site were just “crappy.” She even stopped participating in the comments a couple years ago because they were “so crappy.”
But she wanted to comment yesterday … that’s when she saw the change to Facebook, and that’s why she called.
In the end, she said she was glad she talked to me. She said that she was kind of mad she couldn’t comment, but now she’s fine with it. She’s still not going to use Facebook (or Twitter for that matter), but she thinks it was a good decision. Her official statement:
I agree that it is a good change, even though I will not be participating in comments because I refuse to sign up with Facebook or Twitter. Email is sufficient for my needs. I truly appreciate that my concerns were considered and why this change has been instituted. I will continue to read the print Oklahoman and the digital Oklahoman even though I will not interject my opinions.
So there it is. The decision to move to Facebook commenting is safe for another while.
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