As time went on, and statistics would later support, I wondered if there had been much reading on the second half of the topic from Talk Tuesday. As luck would have it, the page was largely desolate. This completely explains why there was no real discussion of the Talk Tuesday questions…they were all on the second page.
Despite voluminous documentation supporting my choice to break the post (which is no longer than most other posts on M3) into two pages, it turns out it was far more a crap shoot than countless testimonials professed. In the end, the facts were bared:
- At the end of page one, the invitation to leave a comment was taken without the last request being entertained.
- The subject matter (left incomplete in support of the questions) was misinterpreted.
- The meat of the post was foregone in favor of the appetizers.
Rather than give a long, drawn out explanation, and in what will come as close as I have ever been to serving leftovers, I point you with no further ado, to the rest of the story, in the sincere hope you have an opinion about the second half of the post.
I hope you enjoy it more than the first half.
(c) Ann Marie Dwyer 2012
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