Sunday, October 30, 2005

trick or treat?

Something strange happened in my other site. All I remember was, I didn’t logged-in yesterday, but just browsed my blog and noticed in my latest entry that it only has four comments on it – the last two were posted by the same person (Neng of Rackyroad).
Today, when I glanced through that certain site, there were already five comments, so, I excitedly clicked the comment spot but was saddened because it was deleted and that made me think how did it happen if it weren’t the author – obviously ME – who removed it? Nobody knows my password except maybe if it’s a hacker. I don't even delete SPAMS.
As I was musing over what I did yesterday and at the same time stared at the deleted comment, I found out that it was erased by 9:29 p.m.
I punched out of the office by 8:22 p.m. yesterday, my officemates who remained in our workplace doesn’t know what blogging is all about – I hope so, but am not quite sure, and left by 9:30 p.m..
Can somebody explain to me how could that be? I am not technically good in blogging and I don’t want to believe that this bizarre incident has something to do with THE OTHERS whom according to my senior colleagues, are freely roaming in our place after office hours.
Is this a trick or a treat for the HALLOWEEN?


Wendy said...
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dyezebel said...

hi karen. the person who made the comment may delete it, if they didn't comment anonymously. if for example i logged to blogger and left a comment on your site, but thought better of it, i can click on the trash can that appears at the bottom of the comment. hope this helps. :)

dyezebel said...

"logged on to" pala, di logged to blogger. :)

Static Brain said...

It is possible for a person to delete their own comments. It is also possible that one of your co-workers could have if you forgot to log out. It is more likely the person that made the comment deleted their own. If you are worried about your password change it. I hope all is well with you. God bless and have a great day.