Discussing IT

Patrick Avery

I'm not the type of person who visits dozens of sites and lets everyone know what I am thinking on every topic. On occasion, I will leave a comment about Radiohead at a certain fan site or throw a tantrum on USA Today's Pop Candy blog as to why "Friday Night Lights" doesn't get any love at awards season time.

 

On pop culture, sports and other entertainment discussion boards, most of the comments are, let's face it, stupid. It's so much more satisfying to be a part of discussions that are focused and professional and driving improvement and innovation. I'm encouraged by the comments we have received thus far on both the Knowledge Network documents and discussion board. Here's hoping that discussion will flourish further as we proceed.

 

Visit the Knowledge Network discussion area at the bottom of the Knowledge Network main page to answer a question or click on the Start a Discussion button to create one of your own.



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