Industrial automation in action

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Comments (5)
  • Linda Kaufman

    A successful blog surely has its readers and the least we can do for them is to allow the readers have their voice and if they choose to speak – to be heard. It is really smug and self-righteous just to post the content without giving people an ability to showcase their opinion.

    • Bryan Fills

      The debate about blog commenting is really interesting. Let’s think, what value do you get from simply reading one side’s message, one side’s argument? The fact that ability to discuss the topic together, to communicate relevant points about both sides of the story publicly, allows to form stronger opinion of your own and learn more.

  • Tom Sparks

    It is really smug and self-righteous just to post the content without giving people an ability to showcase their opinion. It will looks like “my content is so good, that your opinion doesn’t matter to me”. That is a rough mistakes of bloggers-beginners.

    • Molly Stevenson

      Sure. A successful blog has its readers and the least we can do for them is to allow the readers have their voice and if they choose to speak – to be heard.

  • Alfred McHills

    Surely, people are a curious breed. Personally I have been on numerous forums. Having seen a thread with large number of responses, I usually read them all, “cos it seems to be something good”. That’s the same with blogs commenting.

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