We welcome your comments. The Café is, well, a café. So we encourage kibbitzing, correction, debate, advice, engagement and other comment from our readers.
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The first few times you comment, it may take a while for your comment to show up. Never fear! We keep an eye out and have to hand-approve people their first time round. But if you start commenting regularly, you'll get a status that will allow your comments to appear instantly.
When you go to comment on the Café blogs, you'll be told to "login" first. Clicking the login link will take you to a Typekey page where you enter your newly registered name and password.
More about our Ethic of Transparency, and other guidelines to comments can be found here.