Spoken Wood Podcast No. 155

September 15, 2011

Today’s episode was written by Steven Taylor for the The Taylor Garageweblog, it’s titled “Woodworker’s Blog Comment Challenge”. Originally posted March 15, 2011.

To find more great articles written by Steve visit The Taylor Garage at www.taylorgarage.com.

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  1. Neil says:

    This is a very good Spoken Wood.

    Ideally you would like to see all options expressed in the hopes of “checking” the integrity of the information. Or simply advancing discussion. But this comes with the confidence of the blogger.

    Running a blog or moderating a forum to advance discussion is not easy and a cetified time eater but can be done. It means having the confidence to accept those who disagree and to challenge every post with experienced thought.

    I’ve noticed today that blogger’s will play passive aggressive and move away from challenging thought because either they do not have the experience to go deeper into a discussion or they will not challenge a post that is in disagreement.

    Recently I saw a post where it was stressed that if you pay for a service you will avoid negative comments or avoid trolls, whatever they are. I know longer look at the blog.

    I believe it all gets back to possessing the confidence to not only talk about woodworking but to engage those with different thoughts.

  2. Well said Steve,
    I’m gonna start leaving more comments and would like to here some on my simple blog,
    Like you say its how we can all grow.
    And it stops me thinking I’m talking to a brick wall when I post a blog to nobody.
    Cheers, Martin

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