Editorial Policy...

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2004/12/05 17:58 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2004/12/05/275412.aspx

My policy and the policy of this blog is to not make substantive changes to a post. If I make a substantive addition to a post, I will mark it as such. Though that will probably be pretty rare. I will not retroactively try to make myself appear more impressive than I was. Not that I find myself to be particularly impressive (nor do I know of anyone who does), but just in case....

With that said, I have (and will continue to) make small changes to fix typos and broken links. I will likely not give a sign of having done such minor editorial changes, it just seems silly to bother.

The contents of this article are going to make me unpopular with some blog "true-believers" who look at blogs as a static "slice of life" that should never be modified. But that's their problem -- and their issue. I have to be me, even if I am using a different means of communication. I guess I have to misquote one of Milos Forman's movies -- if you don't like Sorting It All Out then don't read it. But if you do, or if you have constructive suggestions about topics or thoughts about topics posted then I would love to hear from you. :-)

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