Today, Google mentioned on its blog that it has been 2 months since the company officially launched Google Sidewiki — the feature that appears as a browser sidebar, where you can read and write entries along the side of any website.

50 days into the launch, Google felt compelled to share some of those entries. Here’s an excerpt from the post:

“We’ve been really excited by these uses of Sidewiki and wanted to share 10 of these great entries with you:

We cut that short at 5 because it was getting too emotional.

So, in the spirit of showing both sides to every story, we’ve highlighted just a few comments that lean towards the “not so happy” side and appear on the open corporate websites:

Now, don’t get me wrong, Sidewiki is a great way for web users to spotlight various events, or point to interesting content and even help others. However, I can’t resist seeing the darker side – anyone, anywhere can say whatever they want on any website. That’s a potential threat the branding and reputation, and could also have implications for advertising.

Of course, if there are any hecklers reading this post, you don’t have to fiddle with Sidewiki — just go straight to the comments.