Yes, not everything can be cured by prozac, but generally doctors are very good about prescriptions. They know when it is appropriate and when it isn't. The RIGHT treatment is the most important thing, and sometimes it's hard enough to be taken seriously when trying to get help, without the merry-go-round of 'change your diet and exercise more, it worked for me!!!' from friends, family, and sceptical doctors.
And while you're at it, take a look at this piece on the shitty welfare reform the tories are pushing through.
Via the AP's , who noted on Twitter that "Disqus shows that psuedonymous comments are "higher quality," as measured by likes and replies. Major data point."
I agree. Thanks to for highlighting the data on her blog.
And I imagine it's one that will be raised to , although last I heard (at Web 2.0 Summit) pseudonyms were supposed to be coming to Google+ soon.
I know several folks who use pseudonyms and end up becoming a completely different person. The whole "G.I.F.T." (http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/3/19/ sorta NSFW) concept works just as well with pseudonyms as it does anonymous commenters.
On another level, anonymous commenters are more likely to be voted down, or reported as spam, simply because of the "anonymous" tag, whether the comment has great quality or not. I've seen this a lot on YouTube and other sites with comments and the ability to "block" a comment by simply having enough dislikes.
I think that the case of Real Identities being so low, is the fear of accountability, as well as the fear of getting spammed or stalked, or other not so nice things happening.
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