Hi all. I've been trying to generate comments on my blog for a little while now, with little success. If you have a minute, and would be willing to indulge, I would GREATLY appreciate any feedback you could give to my posts via comments on the actual blog posts. I've covered many topics in the last few months, so please check out the archives, find something that looks interesting, and share your thoughts. Your feedback will really help me as I continue to develop content on that space.

Thanks in advance!

Jason Blais
The Recruiting Front Lines
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Your posts are hard to read; mostly due to the formatting which seems to be more conducive to traditional print - not web pages. The column is narrow, the words are dry and academic, and the sentences run on too long.

Most people have wide screen monitors, not to make room the google ads, but to provide more space for words across the screen. The less we have to scroll down the better.

Also, the italics, bold-face fonts are distracting, and if you have to define phrases (like TOMA) it's probably better to leave the acronym out.

Hope this helps.
Please don't hold back Steve, tell me what you really think. :) Seriously, though, I really do appreciate the constructive feedback! I have made a conscious decision to maintain the academic style of writing I am most comfortable with, but do understand your points. I just am so averse to writing for the lowest common denominator and for the shortest attention spans. Check back in a week, I'll be implementing upgrades after reviewing all the feedback.

jb

Steve Delaney said:
Your posts are hard to read; mostly due to the formatting which seems to be more conducive to traditional print - not web pages. The column is narrow, the words are dry and academic, and the sentences run on too long.

Most people have wide screen monitors, not to make room the google ads, but to provide more space for words across the screen. The less we have to scroll down the better.

Also, the italics, bold-face fonts are distracting, and if you have to define phrases (like TOMA) it's probably better to leave the acronym out.

Hope this helps.

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