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CK:

I wanted to tell you that you are absolutely right on in your approach. Not a good day for a communicator ending up with exactly the opposite message coming through ;-)

Maybe we can use the question as a departure for the bloggers' social in NYC next spring. Wouldn't that be neat?

I am so sorry that I do not understand what you mean...I was answering your very good question with my experience in how it's helped and changed my work, which is in many ways and with many benefits. Maybe I misunderstood (wouldn't be the first time...or likely the last ;-).

net net: it has just changed the way I work in so many ways. i look at things and listen to others differently now.

not sure why so many people look to validate on things like comments/whatnot. How to compare that with knowledge...or insightful colleagues/mentors...or kind new friends? I'm just so utterly thankful for these 'gifts' that when I look at other types of validation systems they seem so irrelevant.

At least for me, the question you asked could fill a whole day's worth of discussion at an event. And I'd likely go off on many tangents ;-).

What I find interesting is that many keep thinking that lack of comments = lack of readers or that reader validation is the holy grail of blogging. While I love what you say here -- it helps you, the writer/thinker first and foremost. Isn't that how we should choose to do things?

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