This is sourced from Kate Carruthers Blog http://katecarruthers.com/rules-of-engagement/ . What editing has been done has been done mearly to personalise it.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR THIS BLOG
About this blog
This is our personal blog and we write it for our own personal satisfaction. Readers are encouraged to comment, debate and discuss. We will moderate all comments and publish most, unless they appear (to our totally subjective gaze) to be defamatory, spammy, hate-mongering, not particularly constructive, or just plain rude/crude.
It’s fine to disagree with us, but we are unlikely to publish your comment unless you display a modicum of style and intelligence. For example if your comment is just swearing and being unimaginative it’s probably not going to be published. Also if you do not provide a real name/identity/email we may choose not to publish your comments. Real people who stand by their comments are who spin our world!
This blog will discusse ideas and techniques but does not purport to provide formal business, technology, psychology or finance advice. Readers should seek (and probably pay for) advice of that nature from a professional source.
The content on this website is provided “as is” with no warranties, and confers no rights. The opinions expressed here are our own and do not represent views of any clients or employers in any way. Nothing posted here should be considered official or sanctioned by any of our clients or employers or any organisation we are affiliated with.
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Franky & Jo