>>>>> "Greg" == Greg Sabino Mullane <greg(at)turnstep(dot)com> writes:
Greg> It's better if you actually create an account. Not only will it make
Greg> talking about the page easier, you can add the page (and others)
Greg> to your watchlist to monitor vandalism.
And, some Wikipedians uses un-logged-in edits as a high indicator that
the work is vandalism, and get prepared to revert. It's odd... being
logged in gives you *more* anonymity, not less. :) But the vandals
don't understand that... yet.
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