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I enjoyed this, Kent. Added it to our "Features of the week" post.


IF, and that's a big IF, you can get folks to stop surfing and start reading and thinking, too, then you will see the demise of lists. Until then, lists are a quick and easy way to spoonfeed information to an eternally optimistic public. Good post, tho! G.

The Financial Philosopher


As you likely detected, this post is a bit idealistic and (admittedly) a slightly tongue-in-cheek display of sarcasm directed at the overabundance of mindless blogs seeking to "steal attention" to increase their readership and site stats.

I do hope that a few people will be a bit more mindful of their media selection. Entertainment has its place but if it is information we seek, then distraction will take us further from it...

Thanks for the comment...


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