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I’m still STANDing…yeah, yeah, yeah!

Problem is…so are “they”!

1) ...needs "qualified" people to write it - i.e. those who have been "trained"! Blogging uses "amateurs" - those people who are "untrained"!

2) ...demands "precision of judgment" on texts, blogging is "impressionistic"!

3) ...does not encourage "opinions" but rather "analysis". Blogging is all opinions!

4) ...confers power on writers. Blogging threatens the authority of experts because it allows "anyone to write"!


My three trusty doggies have three words for you…



Codswallop. Oh, yes…and…one from ME!

CODSWALLOP!8 OK, maybe I have been a bit unfair…one good bit o’ parchment deserves another (or at least a few more pixels) – let’s take these ONE-by-ONE: 8

  1. Professionals built the Titanic. Amateurs built the Ark! Nuff said…

  1. John Lennon once told a story about his mum and school days… “When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.” …judging texts from within an ivory tower, does not guarantee “precision”. In fact, it often does the exact opposite!