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I think if I were a named party in that article,
I'd be mad if it is just flaming, and paranoid
if not. Those are hefty charges in today's
While blogging per se, as Tim Bray notes, is not
dangerous, any free expression has risks particularly
when it goes into a megaphone as big as the web.
I got a fresh dose of that reality two weeks ago
and unpleasantly. Those who want to latch on an
misinterpret, then comment on the blog and start
even more trouble can do that without much trouble.
It makes me reconsider the policy of leaving the
comments turned on. If I turn them off, the conversation
is one way. If I leave them on, I endure the predations
of the not-so-bright and the unscrupulous.
Life among the mammals, I guess.
From: Jeff Rafter [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
I don't know what to make of it either. Still somewhat baffled in fact.