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Why do websites that are otherwise designed well have over half their vertical page space taken up by comments?

In websites that have blog posts, if I look at the right scrollbar to get an idea of how long the post is, it is often deceptive since a massive amount of space on the site is taken up by comments. ...
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Why do you have to enter your e-mail when commenting a blog post?

Why do you (usually) need to enter your e-mail adress when commenting a blog post? I guess it's for some kind of spam-protection but if the system doesn't need it - is it ok to skip that input field ...
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On a feed of articles - should I allow inline commenting or only in the article page?

The feed offers articles written by the site bloggers. I have a dilemma between these two options: Enable commenting from the feed (Facebook style). This would probably generate more comments, but ...