Most Websites these days have "forums" or allow for user "comments" etc. And most of them do not allow posting without "logging" in or becoming a "member".
But all this can be automated.
And all proposals that I have seen seem like HUGE CONGLOMERATIONS of PARADIGMS of OBJECT ORIENTATION and other high-falutin computer science precepts.
Well, what if there was something like the how COOKIEs are stored and transfered that allowed for the transfer of some kind of USERNAME and PASSWORD that sites can read from our computers?
I see an ASCII file format like an LSM:
Username: Jones E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: xn00Hg&6lklj(08jhss896
Where the password is a one-way hash and when the Browser initially negotiates with a Website that hash value is what is transfered and the correctness of the password is then checked via standard HTTP Authentication.
I mean, it's got to be as simple as this? Can't it?