I was on this panel at SkepTech! You can read my prepared thoughts here.
-I improperly conflated psuedonymity with anonymity in the last third of the talk. Those are different things. I think pseudonymity (like Gravatar, Disqus, etc. offer) is one of the nice middle ground ways we can keep an eye on commenters across mediums.
-I stick with my remarks about wanting assorted -ist comments to be off my posts in the first place. Normalizing bad behavior perpetuates the problem. Removing awful comments in my little corner of the internet is one way I try to prevent normalization.
-I was a bit more wordy than I wanted–I’m lucky to have avoided the nerf gun.
What do you think? What did we leave out?