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J. Max Wilson’s Reactionary Guide to Writing Constructive Comments on the Interwebs

I have often written blog posts that have proved particularly unpopular among some readers. A few years ago I wrote a post that resulted in some significant backlash. After spending too much time engaged in the resulting onslaught of negative … Continue reading

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Iranian Blogger Warns of Internet Centralization after 6 Years in Prison

In 2008, Iranian blogger Hossein Derakhshan was imprisoned by the Iranian government. He had been sentenced to 20 years, but he was unexpectedly released after 6 years. Having been isolated from the Internet for so long, he is dismayed by … Continue reading

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Strict Comment Policies Facilitate Civil Discussion

Well, my previous article, “Some Thoughts for LDS Members Who are Surprised and Upset about Joseph Smith’s Polygamy“, garnered a lot more attention than I would have ever guessed when I wrote it last Thursday evening. A great big thank … Continue reading

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Old is the New New – Returning to the Blog as the Central Platform for Content

For the new year, I have decided that I will consolidate my online posting and sharing back into my blog. Back when I first started blogging in 2004, I posted everything to my blog. Read an interesting link…posted the link … Continue reading

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