I agree with others that it's good to be able to tie a post to a person. Even if its a private pseudonym, it groups the posts together by the =same= person.
So, turn off your XP nodelet, and ignore the readout on your home node. If it really bothers you, write a proxy to filter it out of that page! Hey, we can filter out blinking GIF files and anything from doubleclick.net, so how hard can it be to strip one line from one specific URL?
And be sure to post the code. You'll get a lot of rep for it. <g>.
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