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February 09, 2008

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Carole Cohen

Yellow Pages blogging; I used to work for such a company and that intrigues me.

Teri L

I hope this doesn't show up twice- I don't think it worked the first time...

Comments are about creating conversation- the give and take of me learning from you and you learning from me. Together we push ideas, and dialog forward.

Also, I get hits to my blog from comments I leave on other blogs- more opportunities for dialog and learning.

Have a great day!

Darin R. McClure

Late to bed and late to wake will keep you long on money and short on mistakes.
- Aaron McGruder

Toby

Paul - two for one demonstration of comments and micro blogging. Lucky people to hear one of the visionaries of the social media. Good luck with your talk!

Dave Taylor

"I hope you don't mind" seems to be the very antithesis of the modern "discussion" web, Paul. So much so, that it is jarring to see it on your blog entry! I suggest instead that the Web is comprised of millions of people whose motto is "if you mind, go somewhere else" :-)

Paul Chaney

Dave, as usual, you are spot on! Thanks for making that point.

Allow me to explain however...It's my southern roots. I place great value on courtesy...to a fault. That extends itself to my interactions on the Web. It always has. Hence, the preface.

Your comment offers an instructional example. That being that comments can serve to stimulate meaningful discussion and stimulate deeper thought. That's exactly what your's did, and I thank too. (See, that courtesy thing again.)

Hi! I'm Rudy from Trulia. Nice to Meet you...

Hi Paul!

Blogging and commenting on blogs is like talking, sometimes you're in the mood and sometimes you're not :)

~ Rudy

Daltonsbriefs

@pchaney tried to jump into the comment stream a couple hours ago, but my blackberry wouldn't let me past your security code for some reason. Sorry I missed the action.

Jared Allardyce

Paul,
Nervous indeed and I'm sure it showed! I just hope it didn't detract from the information and that the audience gained something. I truly appreciated the opportunity and enjoyed listening to all of the presenters. Kudos to SLEC and The W.L Gaiennie Company for putting on the event.

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