Friday, November 24, 2006

GETING THRU ... MAYBE NOT

EH. EH?

In a message dated 11/23/200611:32:49 PM Eastern Standard Time, anonymous-comment@blogger.com writes:

Here you appear to have done the same context-destroying thing you've done so frequently in the past: lifted a comment made to one of your earlier blog posts, and then turned it into a separate blog post itself, followed by your response. Can you not see how this destroys the original context of the comment?

A casual reader has no idea where this comes from.Again (SPACING ERROR) the suggestion: allow all comments to show up directly underneath your blog posts (turning off moderation was a big step in this direction -- kudos). THANK YOU, I GUESS, IF I NOO I WAS DOING IT ON PURPOSE

Then if you have something to say in response, add it as just another comment (using your ID -- so readers can tell it is you replying/commenting). This will create a coherent discussion thread that other readers can easily follow. This makes sense, right?

Occasionally, it may be desirable to make a comment to one of your earlier blog posts, and your reply to it, the focus of a separate blog post -- e.g. because the topic is important to you, and you want to highlight your response. You should feel free to do this, being careful to preserve the original context -- e.g. with a link to the blog post where the original comment was posted.Questions: Do you understand this suggestion? Is there a reason you do not do this? Perhaps a lack of technical know-how?Believe it or not, I am trying to help you improve the format and reader-friendliness of your blog. Which IMO --- (MEANS WHAT) is badly needed.eh (ANOTHER SPACING ERRAH AND REQUIRES A KAHPITL)

SERIOUSLY, VERY, I AM TRYING TO THE LEARN THIS TECHNIQUE.

I THINK I HAVE SOMETHING TO ADD IN THE REALM OF IDEAS.

TRY TO BEAR WITH ME.

(><) DOT-DOT-DOT-DASH . . . _ IN MORSE CODE WAS CHURCHILL'S VICTORY SIGN. I USE IT AS SIGN-OFF SIGN.

HOW CAN I SAVE IT?

BEN

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