Anonymity and Communities

One of the great assets of the properties within the Atomic Network is the feeling of accountability that lingers through each community. Sure there are some anonymous folks and even some that cause trouble, but as a whole our communities are safe harbors for people looking to teach and learn. This is mostly because of the attention to detail we use when moderating and our intense involvement within the community itself. Through the years we’ve earned a reputation as people that simply won’t allow behavior detriment to our community and will do whatever it takes to make things right. I’m proud of that.

Secondary to this “personal involvement approach” are software safeguards. “A List Apart” recently ran a well thought out article covering the basics. Well worth the read.