You can thank whoever decided my blog was spam worthy…

From this point on all comments require my approval before they are posted, and if the 200+ comments I just had to delete/moderate on that last post are any indication, you can expect a lot less posts from me because frankly, I don't have the time for that crap.

I apologize that the "few" will be ruining it for the "many".

Comments (8)

  1. Priyajeet says:

    Hey yeah, it was funny, for a sec there I thought my IE7 crapped out and posted some junk.

  2. David says:

    "ou can expect a lot less posts from me "

    That is a shame =(

    I have kept your blog open in a tab and i check it EVERYDAY hoping for an update on Managed DirectX OR the Xna Framework.

    Its so hard to come across any new information on it, and you were the best source

  3. Pop Catalin says:

    Microsoft realy needs to upgrade their blog engine to enable CAPTCHA on posts

    ( for those that wander what CAPTCHA is )

  4. Paul says:

    Well I follow your blog with great interest, I do hope you can put the nasty spam behind you.  Your book has been very useful, and your blog has had tons of interesting things in it.

    May be you should forward the spam attackers ip details to Mr Gates… having declared a war on spam and everything 😉

  5. Kasper says:

    Keep on posting mate!

    Your postings are much more relevant than comments, so if posting requires the complete shut-down of comments, then do it. The information in you blog is important (and interesting) to many, so please keep up the good work!

  6. Andy says:

    Please try not to get too discouraged by things like jerky people who send spam.  So many people (like me) enjoy coming here to see what’s happening with Tom Miller and Managed DX.

    Off topic, what ever happened to the new "Managed DirectX Game Programming" book that was supposed to come out?  I’ve been waiting for months to buy it.  Does anybody know?

  7. Rich says:

    I would agree that turning off comments completely would be *much* more beneficial than your posting less frequently.

  8. Phil says:

    The book probably won’t be released til after the XNA Framework is out. Releasing it now will require a name change later, so it’s probably for the best to be patient once again.

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