Disclaimer. I have chosen to create this site and its blog as a way of contributing to the dialog of my profession and developing the idea of a virtual CIO. I have chosen this route rather than bending my wife’s ear over dinner.
Readers should not attempt to draw connections to my real life as I often enjoy using stories, analogies, and hyperbole when making a point. I reserve the right for my views to evolve over time as part of exercising an open mind.
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As I considered this disclaimer it became clear there is a certain artistry in writing these. One such example comes from the blog Both Sides of the Table in this excerpt:
“When I write I’m looking for human tone rather than perfect sentences. I write on my blog how I think in my head. When I write business letters I use perfect sentence structure. And complete sentences. And no irony. I optimize for output of thoughts over spelling perfection. If I worried about that latter I’d write half as much. Which I know would greatly please those who are so annoyed by typos.” – Both Sides of the Table
I couldn’t agree more.