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@Deb - and it was such a simple post to write, too. I guess I take my reading/research habits for granted.

@Robin - yes, that post on Google Reader did make the rounds.

@Tim - I do one every year with the thread for the year and I am always amazed at how the conversation has progressed.

@Tony - I'm so glad you said that. Although I generally get fewer comments than the regular popular blog, even though I do know this blog is read and linked to a lot, I hardly ever get to flex the conversation muscle. And that is something that is a strength for me. Conversation and negotiating differing points of view are an art. It takes practice and the willingness to suspend judgment to navigate.

Valeria, my favorite Conversation Agent post is Top Blogs That Have Not Linked to Conversation Agent (April 14, 2010). I love this post for multiple reasons (1) The provocativeness of the title, (2) The content itself - I learned about six new blogs I should subscribe to and learn from, and (3) Your conviction in defending your post in the comments section. I learned more about audience engagement by studying the reader comments and your responses than anything I've read in the blogosphere or how-to-books in a long time. I came away thinking: Wow, I wish I could write like that ...

I love doing "most popular posts" posts but I'm thinking I'll do one for the new year highlighting my most popular posts from 2010.

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