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> In particular, I thought this blog was a professional blog, not a
> personal one. So, should opinion on a professional blog be unsupported
> and vague?
> Or, should we question the reasons for statements and ask for evidence
> and supporting argument?
It's your choice to question. And I see that on Tom's blog, you did pose
some questions. However, I didn't originally see those questions posed here
for discussion, I only saw your admittedly quick response of, "that's shallow"
:) I suppose I take all blogs, professional or otherwise, for what they are --
someones personal thoughts and ramblings scribbled on paper.
Personally, sometimes my thoughts are deep and sometimes they're vague.
I've chosen to spare the world from my ramblings ;) (at least in the
blogosphere -- you do have to put up with them here and a on few other lists
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