Tuesday, March 30, 2004

User manual - ncfocus blogging conventions

A very kind and very infrequent reader points out that it is often not clear which writing on this weblog is original and which is thieveryquotation. Basically, any text that's
indented (and, from now on, gray)
is a quotation; typically there's a link to its source before the quote. If I add anything to the quoted text, the additions will be in square brackets (if intended to clarify what the writer meant) or in italics (if my commentary).

Occasionally the typist may err, but that's the standard being aimed for.

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