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> <snipped some>
> > Should blog owners prune their blogs? Should
> > they prune responses that are not in agreement
> > with the theme of their blogs?
> > For example: if I write a blog supporting Longhorn
> > and XAML, should I prune out responses from XULies
> > who simply don't like XAML?
> IMHO, it depends on why you wrote the blog in the first place. If
> you want a discussion, then no. Absolutely not. If you see your
> blogs as some sort of editorials, then sure, why not? You don't
> have to communicate with your readers.
I reckon the comments/feedback part the most interesting and useful
development - it's what really sets the blog apart from traditional
homepages. Conversation is *good*. Folks that spout forth a monoblog are
actually missing out. I suggest every monoblogger have an "Enable Comments
Week" to try it out.
'Course I blogged about this: