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INZシャンプーはここが違う!?

日差しが強くなってくると頭皮が気になりませんか?
歳と共に少しずつボリュームが減ってきた、抜け毛が増えてきたとお悩みの方、まずはシャンプーの仕方から変えてみませんか?

いつもきちんとシャンプーをしているつもりでも、頭皮の油がきちんと取れていないことが多いです。
頭皮湿疹等ができるかたは特に要注意です。
またシャンプーの成分を気にしたことはありますか?
成分によっても頭皮や髪へのダメージが全然違うんです!!

そこで、本日はそんなお悩みを持っている方に、頭皮にやさしい「洗浄成分」で洗うことと、頭皮と髪の毛のことにとことんこだわり抜いた『INZシャンプー』をお勧めいたします。

INZシャンプーは最良質な「アミノ酸系洗浄成分」を使用し、
頭皮や髪にとって良くない可能性のある「合成界面活性剤」は一切使っていません。

またシャンプー業界では珍しい新成分「ゼイン」を配合。
新成分「ゼイン」は、酸化しやすい油脂の錠剤内の成分を湿気から守るなどの機能性が報告されています。

硬い皮膜を形成する力と、酸化を抑制する力があり
タンパク質である毛髪との相性も抜群なんだそうですよ!
毛髪に艶やハリを与えくれますので、
キューティクルを保護する結果も出てきています!

本格的な夏が始まる前に、今話題のINZシャンプーであなたの髪の悩み解消しませんか?



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That aside, I think that a multiple-contributor blog would give you support and provide some other perspectives. You could combine this with your ideas on coaching/ghostwriting and work with 'intern' contributors to hone their skills, see their work supplying your site, and give them the tools they need to take your philosophies and understanding out on their own tangents. It might give you a regular supply of fresh, new writers and keep things going while allowing you to step back a little. (If you did go with the intern idea, drop me a line, will you? *g*),

2012-05-30 02:40 | from Layla_New_Jersey | Edit

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The reality is that the establishment in the Senate HATE CCB, modest as it really is and see the new Boehner plan as an out, since they figure they will get Reid to make a compromise since it is only 22 Billion in cuts.,

2012-05-30 03:15 | from Makayla_Hawaii | Edit

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Has he joined Obama in Wonderland where up is down and left is right? What's "fiscally conservative" about voting for every spending measure in sight?,

2012-05-30 03:49 | from Taylor_Indiana | Edit

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I think that you'd probably do well in a consulting role where you are helping companies who want to improve in the area of creating passionate users (products and websites). Your knowledge of the field is shown well by your blogging, and maybe getting out in front of people will give you more of a reason to stay passionate about this subject area (if not the blog itself).,

2012-05-30 04:26 | from Paige_Colorado | Edit

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I always wondered if the Manchurian Candidate McLame would make an appearance. I think he is a victim of Stockholm Syndrome, too.,

2012-05-30 05:00 | from Makayla_Georgia | Edit

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I'm not sure what you have against "The Five". I mean, four of the five panel members are on the right. The only creep is Bob Beckel. I admit, his creepiness makes the show a bit harder to handle. But Greg Gutfeld makes up for it! I LOVE him!! Beckel will probably have a stroke or a heart attack on the show one day and they can just shove him off the stage and continue on.,

2012-05-30 05:36 | from Samantha_Arizona | Edit

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One condition would be that the groupblog would adopt your style. Similar to how the headfirst books have the same style but different writers. If you join the 37signals blog where you put up highly visual articles, in a see of more textual posts, you will still stand out.,

2012-05-30 06:10 | from Leah_Arkansas | Edit

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Having said all of that, I wonder if Ande's idea isn't the best (regardless of what format you choose to go with for the blog). If it was still public with no comments, but you cross-posted entries in a private forum, you could allow people to respond and discuss in a controlled/private environment, but still keep the blog itself public. I'm not sure how much extra work that would be for you, but if it was negligible I would say that's the best option for running your site the way you have and seem to love, but keeping the riffraff at bay.,

2012-05-30 06:10 | from Jasmine_Hawaii | Edit

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One condition would be that the groupblog would adopt your style. Similar to how the headfirst books have the same style but different writers. If you join the 37signals blog where you put up highly visual articles, in a see of more textual posts, you will still stand out.,

2012-05-30 06:45 | from Kaitlyn_New_Mexico | Edit

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I also really enjoy the idea of a group blog mostly because I've always been a fan of group blogs a la 37signals. It's a different take on things that I tend to enjoy, getting to see different opinions, group dynamics, etc.,

2012-05-30 07:19 | from Abigail_Arizona | Edit

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I think greater interaction among groups would result (mix up the tech bloggers and the marketers and the VCs and the usability people and, hell, even the sex bloggers) ;) and really spark some awesome conversations.,

2012-05-30 07:19 | from Lucy_Oklahoma | Edit

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I understand. That is why I made the point about the state caucus to come up with acceptable Presidential candidates. My fear is we have too many conservatives that may split our vote and let a Romney, Christie get in.,

2012-05-30 07:53 | from Layla_Iowa | Edit

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O.K. I give up. What is your beef with Gutfeld? I think he is hilarious! He is not a serious contributor, but is there for laughs. I like him.,

2012-05-30 07:54 | from Lauren_South_Dakota | Edit

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Oodles of bloggers great and small would give a #1 Technorati rank (or insert personal thing of inestimable value here) to be able to host Kathy Sierra as a guest blogger. (Myself included.),

2012-05-30 08:26 | from Addison_Virginia | Edit

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Use your passion and geek expertise to liberate the latent creativity that resides in readers, something that works better than the linear, sequential and fast fading stream of comments (yeah, this is recursive). Comments are writing, but lets have something not as we know it. Writing in this box just feel a little klunky, there must be a better way, make a better blog :),

2012-05-30 09:01 | from Mariah_Utah | Edit

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Oodles of bloggers great and small would give a #1 Technorati rank (or insert personal thing of inestimable value here) to be able to host Kathy Sierra as a guest blogger. (Myself included.),

2012-05-30 09:35 | from Payton_Maryland | Edit

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I was thinking the same thing about Alexa as there was quite a lot of movement. They might have readjusted their adjustment for "technology skew" - or what ever it was...,

2012-05-30 10:09 | from Morgan_Kansas | Edit

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One condition would be that the groupblog would adopt your style. Similar to how the headfirst books have the same style but different writers. If you join the 37signals blog where you put up highly visual articles, in a see of more textual posts, you will still stand out.,

2012-05-30 10:44 | from Sophia_Pennsylvania | Edit

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In doing this blog and thinking about this stuff, have you ever had any ideas for what kinds of tools (software, that is) that people could use to do things like share creative ideas in groups, create customer community, etc. etc.?,

2012-05-30 11:20 | from Lily_Missouri | Edit

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The reality is that the establishment in the Senate HATE CCB, modest as it really is and see the new Boehner plan as an out, since they figure they will get Reid to make a compromise since it is only 22 Billion in cuts.,

2012-05-30 11:20 | from Nevaeh_Virginia | Edit

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Is there a way use some sort of third party forum moderation to cut through this problem? Then you could go on in whatever way you are comfortable, your forums could coninue to buzz and anyone that's up to no good would hit a brick wall (or get a call from their local authorities, as appropriate). It's just a thought.,

2012-05-30 11:54 | from Brooke_Tennessee | Edit

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It would also make it a lot harder for bullying to take place, since anyone stupid enough to try it would be taking on a potentially even bigger community, as well as whoever happened to be hosting you. (Anyone who did host would have your back 100% and be able to manage comment moderation and such so you'd never even have to see the garbage.),

2012-05-30 12:29 | from Paige_Michigan | Edit

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ould also do your (wonderful) thing around the blogosphere for a while (just not always here). Keep the juices flowing, continue to help people, foster even greater community growth, and not be an (ugh) static single target.,

2012-05-30 13:08 | from Elizabeth_Minnesota | Edit

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Use your passion and geek expertise to liberate the latent creativity that resides in readers, something that works better than the linear, sequential and fast fading stream of comments (yeah, this is recursive). Comments are writing, but lets have something not as we know it. Writing in this box just feel a little klunky, there must be a better way, make a better blog :),

2012-05-30 14:02 | from Julia_Nevada | Edit

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I'm not sure what you have against "The Five". I mean, four of the five panel members are on the right. The only creep is Bob Beckel. I admit, his creepiness makes the show a bit harder to handle. But Greg Gutfeld makes up for it! I LOVE him!! Beckel will probably have a stroke or a heart attack on the show one day and they can just shove him off the stage and continue on.,

2012-05-30 14:03 | from Mariah_California | Edit

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Has he joined Obama in Wonderland where up is down and left is right? What's "fiscally conservative" about voting for every spending measure in sight?,

2012-05-30 14:58 | from Aaliyah_Kentucky | Edit

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I do think that by working in a team, it will make it easier for you. The passion moves away from you and to the team of writers, the hate will move with it. Being a part of a groupblog would be a good solution.,

2012-05-30 14:58 | from Natalia_Hawaii | Edit

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Good for Hannity, hammering Mc Cain. Mc Cain off as so slimey. He completely bought into the Obama narrative and talks about the great calamity to come if there is no agreement, and continues to blast the Tea Party.,

2012-05-30 15:52 | from Jasmine_Rhode_Island | Edit

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I always wondered if the Manchurian Candidate McLame would make an appearance. I think he is a victim of Stockholm Syndrome, too.,

2012-05-30 15:53 | from Khloe_North_Carolina | Edit

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I was thinking the same thing about Alexa as there was quite a lot of movement. They might have readjusted their adjustment for "technology skew" - or what ever it was...,

2012-06-03 15:05 | from Hannah_Wisconsin | Edit

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I like the idea of a private blog if getting the RSS and reading posts was as simple as public. If there are too many hoops just to get notice of and read a single post it will get frustrating.,

2012-06-03 15:05 | from Sofia_Oregon | Edit

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Having said all of that, I wonder if Ande's idea isn't the best (regardless of what format you choose to go with for the blog). If it was still public with no comments, but you cross-posted entries in a private forum, you could allow people to respond and discuss in a controlled/private environment, but still keep the blog itself public. I'm not sure how much extra work that would be for you, but if it was negligible I would say that's the best option for running your site the way you have and seem to love, but keeping the riffraff at bay.,

2012-06-03 15:53 | from Elizabeth_Nevada | Edit

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Use your passion and geek expertise to liberate the latent creativity that resides in readers, something that works better than the linear, sequential and fast fading stream of comments (yeah, this is recursive). Comments are writing, but lets have something not as we know it. Writing in this box just feel a little klunky, there must be a better way, make a better blog :),

2012-06-03 15:53 | from Khloe_Ohio | Edit

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Maybe the private blog is the way to go, though I suspect you'd need some time to get revved up for that. The pod/video angle sounds great, but that raises a lot of other questions. And it loses the immediacy that you enjoyed so long, which is one of the most unfortunate losses in all this.,

2012-06-03 16:42 | from Melanie_Illinois | Edit

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I think greater interaction among groups would result (mix up the tech bloggers and the marketers and the VCs and the usability people and, hell, even the sex bloggers) ;) and really spark some awesome conversations.,

2012-06-03 16:43 | from Riley_Hawaii | Edit

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Maybe the private blog is the way to go, though I suspect you'd need some time to get revved up for that. The pod/video angle sounds great, but that raises a lot of other questions. And it loses the immediacy that you enjoyed so long, which is one of the most unfortunate losses in all this.,

2012-06-03 17:33 | from Mia_New_Mexico | Edit

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I think that you'd probably do well in a consulting role where you are helping companies who want to improve in the area of creating passionate users (products and websites). Your knowledge of the field is shown well by your blogging, and maybe getting out in front of people will give you more of a reason to stay passionate about this subject area (if not the blog itself).,

2012-06-03 17:33 | from Madison_New_Jersey | Edit

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ould also do your (wonderful) thing around the blogosphere for a while (just not always here). Keep the juices flowing, continue to help people, foster even greater community growth, and not be an (ugh) static single target.,

2012-06-03 18:22 | from Bailey_Ohio | Edit

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I understand. That is why I made the point about the state caucus to come up with acceptable Presidential candidates. My fear is we have too many conservatives that may split our vote and let a Romney, Christie get in.,

2012-06-03 18:23 | from Trinity_Tennessee | Edit

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What is really infuriating is his denial that he was attacking the Tea Party. He was "only reading a WSJ article" on the floor of the Senate. Hannity could have done a better job of hammering on THAT giant piece of brazen hypocrisy.,

2012-06-03 19:12 | from Mackenzie_Hawaii | Edit

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The reality is that the establishment in the Senate HATE CCB, modest as it really is and see the new Boehner plan as an out, since they figure they will get Reid to make a compromise since it is only 22 Billion in cuts.,

2012-06-03 19:12 | from Grace_Wyoming | Edit

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What is really infuriating is his denial that he was attacking the Tea Party. He was "only reading a WSJ article" on the floor of the Senate. Hannity could have done a better job of hammering on THAT giant piece of brazen hypocrisy.,

2012-06-03 20:03 | from Avery_Tennessee | Edit

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One condition would be that the groupblog would adopt your style. Similar to how the headfirst books have the same style but different writers. If you join the 37signals blog where you put up highly visual articles, in a see of more textual posts, you will still stand out.,

2012-06-03 20:04 | from Khloe_Massachusetts | Edit

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The reality is that the establishment in the Senate HATE CCB, modest as it really is and see the new Boehner plan as an out, since they figure they will get Reid to make a compromise since it is only 22 Billion in cuts.,

2012-06-03 20:54 | from Layla_New_Hampshire | Edit

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I do think that by working in a team, it will make it easier for you. The passion moves away from you and to the team of writers, the hate will move with it. Being a part of a groupblog would be a good solution.,

2012-06-03 20:54 | from Jessica_Rhode_Island | Edit

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I also really enjoy the idea of a group blog mostly because I've always been a fan of group blogs a la 37signals. It's a different take on things that I tend to enjoy, getting to see different opinions, group dynamics, etc.,

2012-06-03 21:45 | from Camila_Idaho | Edit

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That aside, I think that a multiple-contributor blog would give you support and provide some other perspectives. You could combine this with your ideas on coaching/ghostwriting and work with 'intern' contributors to hone their skills, see their work supplying your site, and give them the tools they need to take your philosophies and understanding out on their own tangents. It might give you a regular supply of fresh, new writers and keep things going while allowing you to step back a little. (If you did go with the intern idea, drop me a line, will you? *g*),

2012-06-03 21:45 | from Emma_Vermont | Edit

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Having said all of that, I wonder if Ande's idea isn't the best (regardless of what format you choose to go with for the blog). If it was still public with no comments, but you cross-posted entries in a private forum, you could allow people to respond and discuss in a controlled/private environment, but still keep the blog itself public. I'm not sure how much extra work that would be for you, but if it was negligible I would say that's the best option for running your site the way you have and seem to love, but keeping the riffraff at bay.,

2012-06-03 22:36 | from Alexis_Alabama | Edit

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Is there a way use some sort of third party forum moderation to cut through this problem? Then you could go on in whatever way you are comfortable, your forums could coninue to buzz and anyone that's up to no good would hit a brick wall (or get a call from their local authorities, as appropriate). It's just a thought.,

2012-06-03 23:28 | from Olivia_Texas | Edit

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I see two basic options for you: Reduce visibility and do something completely different, or stay visible and continue publishing your own stuff under your own name. All the options you cite can be assigned to one of these two categories. I dearly hope you go with the second option, even though I would totally understand if you decide otherwise.,

2012-06-03 23:29 | from Zoey_New_Mexico | Edit

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Maybe the private blog is the way to go, though I suspect you'd need some time to get revved up for that. The pod/video angle sounds great, but that raises a lot of other questions. And it loses the immediacy that you enjoyed so long, which is one of the most unfortunate losses in all this.,

2012-06-04 00:20 | from Grace_West_Virginia | Edit

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That's fine for the House and Senate but for president, there is no way any conservative should vote for either Democrat that will be stuffed down our throats next year. The House is the grand prize. If we had someone like Jim Jordan as Speaker and more than the current 3 reliable conservative senators, the president wouldn't matter.,

2012-06-04 00:20 | from Serenity_Indiana | Edit

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Take me for example. I could support Bachman, Cain, Palin, or Santorum. in no particular order. Others would choose fewer plus Paul.,

2012-06-04 01:10 | from Alexa_Texas | Edit

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Good for Hannity, hammering Mc Cain. Mc Cain off as so slimey. He completely bought into the Obama narrative and talks about the great calamity to come if there is no agreement, and continues to blast the Tea Party.,

2012-06-04 01:11 | from Valeria_Maryland | Edit

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Maybe the private blog is the way to go, though I suspect you'd need some time to get revved up for that. The pod/video angle sounds great, but that raises a lot of other questions. And it loses the immediacy that you enjoyed so long, which is one of the most unfortunate losses in all this.,

2012-06-04 02:01 | from Lauren_Kentucky | Edit

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It's entirely possible that I copied that individual number across incorrectly (and that the index was correct), but when I did the query just then it returned a Technorati Rank of 37, so as you say there would be no change in the rank, but an improvement in your index.,

2012-06-04 02:01 | from Zoe_Pennsylvania | Edit

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In relation to the Technorati rank it's pulled down via an API (geez I think that's what it's called) as is Alexa rank & the script calculates the index - I just need to record the figures in a spreadsheet for upload.,

2012-06-04 02:50 | from Elizabeth_Texas | Edit

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In relation to the Technorati rank it's pulled down via an API (geez I think that's what it's called) as is Alexa rank & the script calculates the index - I just need to record the figures in a spreadsheet for upload.,

2012-06-04 03:40 | from Maya_North_Carolina | Edit

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Oodles of bloggers great and small would give a #1 Technorati rank (or insert personal thing of inestimable value here) to be able to host Kathy Sierra as a guest blogger. (Myself included.),

2012-06-04 03:40 | from Mariah_New_Hampshire | Edit

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Use your passion and geek expertise to liberate the latent creativity that resides in readers, something that works better than the linear, sequential and fast fading stream of comments (yeah, this is recursive). Comments are writing, but lets have something not as we know it. Writing in this box just feel a little klunky, there must be a better way, make a better blog :),

2012-06-04 04:29 | from Kylie_Massachusetts | Edit

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I was thinking the same thing about Alexa as there was quite a lot of movement. They might have readjusted their adjustment for "technology skew" - or what ever it was...,

2012-06-04 05:19 | from Khloe_Maryland | Edit

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It would also make it a lot harder for bullying to take place, since anyone stupid enough to try it would be taking on a potentially even bigger community, as well as whoever happened to be hosting you. (Anyone who did host would have your back 100% and be able to manage comment moderation and such so you'd never even have to see the garbage.),

2012-06-04 05:19 | from Arianna_Maine | Edit

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I do think that by working in a team, it will make it easier for you. The passion moves away from you and to the team of writers, the hate will move with it. Being a part of a groupblog would be a good solution.,

2012-06-04 06:07 | from Emma_Utah | Edit

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I do think that by working in a team, it will make it easier for you. The passion moves away from you and to the team of writers, the hate will move with it. Being a part of a groupblog would be a good solution.,

2012-06-04 06:07 | from Faith_North_Carolina | Edit

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ould also do your (wonderful) thing around the blogosphere for a while (just not always here). Keep the juices flowing, continue to help people, foster even greater community growth, and not be an (ugh) static single target.,

2012-06-04 06:55 | from Mariah_Nebraska | Edit

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Is there a way use some sort of third party forum moderation to cut through this problem? Then you could go on in whatever way you are comfortable, your forums could coninue to buzz and anyone that's up to no good would hit a brick wall (or get a call from their local authorities, as appropriate). It's just a thought.,

2012-06-04 06:55 | from Gabriella_North_Carolina | Edit

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I like the idea of a private blog if getting the RSS and reading posts was as simple as public. If there are too many hoops just to get notice of and read a single post it will get frustrating.,

2012-06-04 07:43 | from Jasmine_Iowa | Edit

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It would also make it a lot harder for bullying to take place, since anyone stupid enough to try it would be taking on a potentially even bigger community, as well as whoever happened to be hosting you. (Anyone who did host would have your back 100% and be able to manage comment moderation and such so you'd never even have to see the garbage.),

2012-06-04 07:44 | from Trinity_Massachusetts | Edit

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The reality is that the establishment in the Senate HATE CCB, modest as it really is and see the new Boehner plan as an out, since they figure they will get Reid to make a compromise since it is only 22 Billion in cuts.,

2012-06-04 08:33 | from Ashley_West_Virginia | Edit

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I was thinking the same thing about Alexa as there was quite a lot of movement. They might have readjusted their adjustment for "technology skew" - or what ever it was...,

2012-06-04 08:33 | from Lily_Kansas | Edit

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I like the idea of a private blog if getting the RSS and reading posts was as simple as public. If there are too many hoops just to get notice of and read a single post it will get frustrating.,

2012-06-04 09:22 | from Samantha_South_Carolina | Edit

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I do hesitate to run with the other commenters that say you should monetize this, but you should make it at least a part-time passion where you are getting to stretch out on the things you write about, and then allow experiences to craft other posts.,

2012-06-04 09:22 | from Kaitlyn_Oklahoma | Edit

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Kathy, the content you have graciously shared with us every once in a while is both inspiring and entertaining. And a blog is the perfect medium for this. A lot of the content is about your style and creative personality. Thus, I would rule out the community-based ideas. I would probably only read your stuff anyway.,

2012-06-04 10:11 | from Gabriella_Vermont | Edit

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That's fine for the House and Senate but for president, there is no way any conservative should vote for either Democrat that will be stuffed down our throats next year. The House is the grand prize. If we had someone like Jim Jordan as Speaker and more than the current 3 reliable conservative senators, the president wouldn't matter.,

2012-06-04 10:12 | from Claire_Mississippi | Edit

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The reality is that the establishment in the Senate HATE CCB, modest as it really is and see the new Boehner plan as an out, since they figure they will get Reid to make a compromise since it is only 22 Billion in cuts.,

2012-06-04 11:00 | from Camila_New_York | Edit

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And a belated Happy Easter to you too! The fruit cakes being compared to bricks definitely makes my chuckle list...perhaps some fruity garnish around the display would have added more relevance. It is quite strange how the human mind works, and association is key to avoid possible misyunderstandings like this one! Classic!,

2012-06-04 11:01 | from Kimberly_Nebraska | Edit

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ould also do your (wonderful) thing around the blogosphere for a while (just not always here). Keep the juices flowing, continue to help people, foster even greater community growth, and not be an (ugh) static single target.,

2012-06-04 11:51 | from Faith_Rhode_Island | Edit

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What is really infuriating is his denial that he was attacking the Tea Party. He was "only reading a WSJ article" on the floor of the Senate. Hannity could have done a better job of hammering on THAT giant piece of brazen hypocrisy.,

2012-06-04 11:51 | from Ashley_Iowa | Edit

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One condition would be that the groupblog would adopt your style. Similar to how the headfirst books have the same style but different writers. If you join the 37signals blog where you put up highly visual articles, in a see of more textual posts, you will still stand out.,

2012-06-04 12:42 | from Lillian_Montana | Edit

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That aside, I think that a multiple-contributor blog would give you support and provide some other perspectives. You could combine this with your ideas on coaching/ghostwriting and work with 'intern' contributors to hone their skills, see their work supplying your site, and give them the tools they need to take your philosophies and understanding out on their own tangents. It might give you a regular supply of fresh, new writers and keep things going while allowing you to step back a little. (If you did go with the intern idea, drop me a line, will you? *g*),

2012-06-04 12:42 | from Morgan_Arizona | Edit

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It would also make it a lot harder for bullying to take place, since anyone stupid enough to try it would be taking on a potentially even bigger community, as well as whoever happened to be hosting you. (Anyone who did host would have your back 100% and be able to manage comment moderation and such so you'd never even have to see the garbage.),

2012-06-04 13:32 | from Naomi_Alabama | Edit

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Maybe the private blog is the way to go, though I suspect you'd need some time to get revved up for that. The pod/video angle sounds great, but that raises a lot of other questions. And it loses the immediacy that you enjoyed so long, which is one of the most unfortunate losses in all this.,

2012-06-04 13:32 | from Emma_Georgia | Edit

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I hate to see us lose your input but I wonder if simply publishing articles with no comments enabled and having a members-only forum wouldn't be a good compromise. There's something about the immediacy of the response form and the lack of accountability available from anonymity (oh, hypocritical me) that seems to encourage people's awfulness.,

2012-06-04 14:21 | from Julia_North_Carolina | Edit

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I think greater interaction among groups would result (mix up the tech bloggers and the marketers and the VCs and the usability people and, hell, even the sex bloggers) ;) and really spark some awesome conversations.,

2012-06-04 14:21 | from Molly_Kentucky | Edit

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Only reason I voted for him was SARAH. I wasn't even going to vote until he picked her. I had voted in every election since the late 1960?s.,

2012-06-04 15:12 | from Gianna_Oklahoma | Edit

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I think that you'd probably do well in a consulting role where you are helping companies who want to improve in the area of creating passionate users (products and websites). Your knowledge of the field is shown well by your blogging, and maybe getting out in front of people will give you more of a reason to stay passionate about this subject area (if not the blog itself).,

2012-06-04 15:12 | from Autumn_Mississippi | Edit

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I like the idea of a private blog if getting the RSS and reading posts was as simple as public. If there are too many hoops just to get notice of and read a single post it will get frustrating.,

2012-06-04 16:02 | from Taylor_West_Virginia | Edit

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Maybe the private blog is the way to go, though I suspect you'd need some time to get revved up for that. The pod/video angle sounds great, but that raises a lot of other questions. And it loses the immediacy that you enjoyed so long, which is one of the most unfortunate losses in all this.,

2012-06-04 16:02 | from Emily_Pennsylvania | Edit

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