Wednesday, June 07, 2006 to allow reader comments on individual news articles: Says editor's blog, "Over the next several weeks, we'll begin allowing comments on articles from registered users of" The item explains attempts to fight comment abuse. The paper has had online chats and blog comments before, but this will be a first for regular news stories.
Silicon Valley Watcher--Tom Foremski: "Craigslist is being blocked by Cox Interactive - is this a net neutrality issue?"
Does this mean that Cox Cable Internet subscribers can't get there at all? Sounds like it. Craigslist offers free classified ads, unlike Cox-owned newspapers, such as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Austin American-Statesman.

Interesting advertising-related figures in this report from England, too.