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Name: Natalie_Connecticut
From: Natalie_Connecticut
E-mail: hag.ge.r.st.onpe.r@gmail.com
It makes sense about not continuing with "business as usual" — I couldn't do it, either. But I can't see ghost writing as being satisfiying for someone with as strong a voice as yours. Being an evangelist for the likes of Apple or Adobe might be cool, but would that let you continue with the stream of consciousness riffs that have obviously been satifsying for you — and been so energizing for us, your readers? Don't know.
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Name: Sophie_Ohio
From: Sophie_Ohio
E-mail: h.ag.g.erstonp.e.r@gmail.com
Just look at the difference just 20-30 rock solid Tea Party conservatives have made in the House already. They’ve turned “1/3 of the government” on its head and started a war between the establishment party and the Tea Party.
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Name: Natalie_Nevada
From: Natalie_Nevada
E-mail: h.agg.e.r.st.o.npe.r@gmail.com
Having said all of that, I wonder if Ande's idea isn't the best (regardless of what format you choose to go with for the blog). If it was still public with no comments, but you cross-posted entries in a private forum, you could allow people to respond and discuss in a controlled/private environment, but still keep the blog itself public. I'm not sure how much extra work that would be for you, but if it was negligible I would say that's the best option for running your site the way you have and seem to love, but keeping the riffraff at bay.
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Name: Sydney_Oregon
From: Sydney_Oregon
E-mail: h.a.ggers.ton.per@gmail.com
I think greater interaction among groups would result (mix up the tech bloggers and the marketers and the VCs and the usability people and, hell, even the sex bloggers) and really spark some awesome conversations.
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Name: Isabella_Arkansas
From: Isabella_Arkansas
E-mail: h.a.g.g.e.r.s.t.on.p.er@gmail.com
Use your passion and geek expertise to liberate the latent creativity that resides in readers, something that works better than the linear, sequential and fast fading stream of comments (yeah, this is recursive). Comments are writing, but lets have something not as we know it. Writing in this box just feel a little klunky, there must be a better way, make a better blog
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Name: Addison_Arizona
From: Addison_Arizona
E-mail: h.a.gg.e.rston.p.e.r@gmail.com
Kathy, the content you have graciously shared with us every once in a while is both inspiring and entertaining. And a blog is the perfect medium for this. A lot of the content is about your style and creative personality. Thus, I would rule out the community-based ideas. I would probably only read your stuff anyway.
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Name: Julia_Alabama
From: Julia_Alabama
E-mail: ha.gge.r.sto.np.er@gmail.com
I also really enjoy the idea of a group blog mostly because I've always been a fan of group blogs a la 37signals. It's a different take on things that I tend to enjoy, getting to see different opinions, group dynamics, etc.
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Name: Anna_Nebraska
From: Anna_Nebraska
E-mail: ha.gg.ersto.n.per@gmail.com
Kathy, the content you have graciously shared with us every once in a while is both inspiring and entertaining. And a blog is the perfect medium for this. A lot of the content is about your style and creative personality. Thus, I would rule out the community-based ideas. I would probably only read your stuff anyway.
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Name: Addison_West_Virginia
From: Addison_West_Virginia
E-mail: ha.g.g.er.s.t.onp.e.r@gmail.com
That’s fine for the House and Senate but for president, there is no way any conservative should vote for either Democrat that will be stuffed down our throats next year. The House is the grand prize. If we had someone like Jim Jordan as Speaker and more than the current 3 reliable conservative senators, the president wouldn’t matter.
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Name: Anna_New_Jersey
From: Anna_New_Jersey
E-mail: h.ag.g.e.rsto.n.pe.r@gmail.com
Honestly said, I don't think you can do anything to fend off the attacks. I don't think you got attacked because of something you did, but because lots of people admire you and your work. That's apparently enough for some people to hate you. Only by unpassionating your readers, can you hope to actually stop the haters. I hope you will reject that option.
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