Comment Policy

I created this blog to gain helpful insight and feedback. I welcome comments that contribute to the conversation at hand. Whether readers have critiques, questions, or even praise, I look forward to making connections and interesting conversation. Spam, misrepresentation and personal attacks will send posts straight to the trash.

Keep in mind the words of Kelli Matthews, UO public relations instructor and managing director at Verve Northwest Communications,

“If you’re posting a comment anonymously, think about why.” 

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