Thanks again to everyone who’s blogged on Nature Network, left a comment, contributed to a group or forum, or just simply enjoyed reading the site. We’ve had a marvellous year, as the previous ‘best of’ posts on this blog attest. Although it may sound like cliché, 2010 really will be an exciting time for the Network. We’re very much looking forward to announcing a few improvements when everyone’s back.
One thing we’re definitely clamping down on is spam posters. As site admins, we have a daily battle on our hands (and many thanks to everyone who reports inappropriate posts – it does help). But as it’s the season of goodwill, Lou’s composed this little ode to the spammers’ ceaseless and malign cause, which we can all sing along to:
Hark! the Christmas spammers bring,
More dodgy comments for del-e-ting
No peace online or content mild
Just porno sites of beast and child
Joyful all ye admins rise
Leave your laptops, eat mince pies!
As the heavenly host servers inform…
There’ll still be spammers in the morn
Whether your seasonal break entails spam, or turkey, or goose, or a vegetarian nut roast, have a good one!
Merry Christmas and a Happy 2010 from all the Nature Network Team.