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New ways to comment at

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – We are always looking for better ways for readers to interact with stories at, and last week, we launched a few that will improve your experience.

Now, readers can block and delete comments they don’t want to see, easily sort comments, “like” and “dislike” comments, e-mail comments and automatically post comments to your Facebook page.

And, some things haven’t changed. We will continue to pursue and police abuse reports about those who break our online comment policies. And our comments will still automatically populate once you post them.

As always, we ask everyone to avoid personal attacks or bullying on our website, so we can continue to provide this technology for online discussions in a real-time environment. And most importantly, thanks to everyone for reading and supporting the Tahoe Daily Tribune online.

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