Yes, we have a new commenting system; and no, it doesn’t bite

As many of you are probably already aware, Roundball Mining Company has a new commenting system. It’s called Disqus. It’s shiny and new and awesome and really easy to use. But some of you are clearly intimated. Please don’t be. All it takes is about a minute to create an account and you’re up and running. Nobody here is asking you to create an extensive profile that rivals Facebook. We really don’t want to know anything about you, other than your thoughts on the Nuggets. If you want, you can continue to comment as a guest. We understand that many of you appreciated the old commenting system for it’s anonymity; however, we also believe in community, differing opinions and reputation. Disqus makes it much easier to recognize those who consistently bring valuable input to the table, while simultaneously preventing spam and trolls from polluting our comments section with unwanted crud. It’s a win-win situation, really. So please, if you haven’t already, register and continue providing us with the unrivaled, knowledgeable, intelligent commentary you’ve given us over the last few years. Without it, we really have no idea what or how we’re doing. Thanks.

— Kalen

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Kalen Deremo

Kalen was born in Durango, CO, in 1988 and graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2013 with a degree in journalism. He's now an itinerant hoping to travel as much as possible before eventually succumbing to the "real world." Aside from writing Kalen likes movies, music, spicy food and the great outdoors. Edward Abbey is his current idol.
  • http://Twitter.com/A_Rodriguez8 D3Ntilthe3ND

    I appreciate the work you guys put into implementing this new system because, honestly, the old commenting system was such a pain & it kept me from commenting as much as I would have liked. This is much better.

  • http://Twitter.com/A_Rodriguez8 D3Ntilthe3ND

    & we can post pictures now :D

  • Daniel Winston

    Great thanks guys

  • Tyler Stevens

    I like it, good job guys!

  • dynamo.joe

    Thanks, but I’ll decide for myself whether or not I think this system bites.

  • http://www.roundballminingcompany.com/ Joel Rush

    The most common complaint I saw about the old comment system was the inability to edit posts. We can now do that and other things we couldn’t before, so I think (/hope) most RMC readers will enjoy using it more after getting used to it.

  • slader

    looks nifty, real modrun. And I’m not intimated at all, only slightly intimidated because at my age I’ll never learn to use all the cool new functions offered by this snazzy new contraption.
    BTW – draft Isaiah Canaan and Mike Muscala, keep Karl and Ujiri

  • mgesner

    Big fan of the new system here. As mentioned below, for whatever reason the other one probably kept me from posting more than I wanted to. Looking forward to joining in on more conversations here at RMC.

  • chronosynclasticinfundibula

    Awesome. I love this site.

  • denver4ever

    I luv it