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Hello. My name is Isaac Shabtay, 32 years old from Ontario, Canada. I have set this blog up to document my journey following Mark Knopfler’s “Get Lucky” tour during the spring‐summer of 2010. This is in much the same way I did for Knopfler’s 2008 “Kill to Get Crimson” tour (see the “Links” section), except that this time, I will be following the entire tour—starting April 8 in Seattle, Washington, and ending July 31 in Gredos, Spain. Similarly to before, though, you are more than welcome to sit back, relax, read and comment. All comments, positive and negative, are welcome. You can also subscribe to the blog’s RSS feed (see links at the right‐hand side of the screen), so new posts become available through your favorite RSS reader. Have fun, Isaac

Friday, July 16, 2010

Comment Moderation…


I am writing this while on board the panoramic train from Domodossola to Locarno… Through my BlackBerry.

I recently noticed that, for whatever reason, the “Captcha” challenge (the blog functionality presenting commenters with random word to type in an attempt to block spamming) doesn’t work in all cases. Two comments like these were just posted for the Milano concert.

Until I get the time to investigate (can’t really do it through the BlackBerry), I turned on comments moderation again so I can block spam comments before they make it to the blog itself and to the RSS feeds. I will delete the offending comments as soon as I get to a Wi‐Fi area.

Sorry about that and rest assured that all non‐spam comments will be published.


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