Usually when I find myself under attack for the newspaper's coverage of a story, I'm being lit up from one specific point of view. When I'm being attacked by both sides I usually know what's up. Politics. Letter From the Editor to talk about one of the most heated stories we've dealt with in years. And also as a window into this new world of journalism - in particular the online world of anonymous commenters, Twitter rants and Facebook attacks. Ironically, I'm not the only one thinking about it. I notice my old pal and Daily Times alum Bill Bender did a piece for the Philly Inquirer and Daily News on this whole commenting phenomenon. A lot of people are talking about what some see as the proliferation of so-called "fake" news. I'll be honest with you. I"m not sure that pales in comparison to what is happening on social media and comment boards. Yes, I know we are one of the main purveyors of all this, often times driving the conversation. I'm still not convinced all of this is a good thing. Call me a dinosaur. You won't be the first one. But keep an eye on what is happening online. It is dangerous, and it has consequences.