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Posting Policy

I write for all sorts of people - from techies, to folks like my mother (Mom will read my miscellaneous musings, my recipes, and of course my church web site, but she won't read this blog). I get all sorts of comments too.
Chuck, your material is so trivial and low detail, it's not worth my time to even comment here.
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Chuck, do you speak English? Not jibberjabber? I'm not a techie, and I can't read your advice - it's nothing but jargon. Please!


And to both of those type, I'll dedicate this link. If I can help 1/2 the bloggers looking for help, I'll live with that. 1/4 will think me dumb, another 1/4 will think me incomprehensible. Any major league baseball player would settle for a .500 hitting average, and I will too.

If you're in the 50%, I'll give you what I can. Work with me, and read the cited articles, and we may get you sorted.

Just work with me.

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