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We've flung this forum open to guest postings for an experimental period.

The reason for this is that it has many casual visitors interested in computing who may not want to become a full town website member simply to post a casual observation, but who may still have something valuable to add.

The downside is that the posts now have to be pre-moderated so may take a little while to appear. We will review this in a few weeks in the light of how much value is being added against how much worthless spam has to be trashed.

UPDATE (The score so far - Mr D please feel free to update my tally else it's a bit pointless)

Got my first one today :(

Guest Spam: 5

Intelligent Guest Posts: 0

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