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Wednesday, March 28, 2007

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Blogger Chuck A said...

While this is a photo forum and I generally dislike it when the topics become ideological rants you did open the door by dicussing the global warming phenomenon in your "Strange Days" post. The post that you show here is clearly in opposition to your position in that post.

I guess that you have to decide whether it is appropriate for you to make ideological posts and not allow your readers to do the same. I see nothing wrong with the readers response to your comments. Personally, I prefer to keep the topics on photography here and not get into individual political views. These discussions lead to nothing but bad feelings. In fact I generally don't visit photo sites that go this route.

I say post it and then make a rule to keep politics out of ALL posts. I do agree with removing racist or devisive comments that people leave with out contemplating the consequences of their words. This has become a pervasive problem on the internet where you don't see people face to face. People say things that they would never say to someone in person.

Chuck A

11:08 AM  
Blogger dasmb said...

Looks pretty good. I love Aperture and with all the kafuffle about LightRoom was beginning to think I was a dying minority.

Oh, and their forums are off to a good start -- they got the most contentious question out of the way early, so this won't become another dpreview ;).

11:28 AM  
Blogger Chuck A said...

Sorry, I seem to have attached my above response to the wrong post. I guess I got my up and down mixed up.


3:12 PM  
Blogger Mike Johnston said...

Chuck A,
If you could please re-post your first comment in the appropriate place, I'll delete the two here.



4:11 PM  

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