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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
5/9/2019 6:09:32 PM
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Re: "Busy Blogger" ??
@MWagner_MA----I understand your frustration, but please respect the author's right to remain anonymous. Judge the article by its content and be sure that I have reviewed and verified it.

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MWagner_MA
MWagner_MA
5/9/2019 6:48:49 AM
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Re: "Busy Blogger" ??
Hi Steve, and yes, I'm very familiar with you and your work as found in various esteemed journals over the years.  You are one of the authors I have been following for some time and derive great value from your work. While I respect your integrity, and mean no disrespect, I find it hard to believe someone can build long term credibility in this field without representing themselves as a author.

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
5/8/2019 5:16:38 PM
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Re: "Busy Blogger" ??
@MWagner_MA---there are so many reasons that a blogger may want to remain anonymous;however, I assure you that this blogger is a professional engineer.

I would not be just placing just a 'warm body' as a blogger on Planet Analog or any of my other sites----I think you know that I am also a professional and I would never post meaningless content for my audience.---Remember, I was part of the audience for EDN, EETimes, and Planet Analog (PA) since 1968 (Although PA was not around then)

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MWagner_MA
MWagner_MA
5/8/2019 12:20:13 PM
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"Busy Blogger" ??
Like I'm supposed to take as truth with someone not posting their name?  The best you could come up with is "Busy Blogger" ??
I'm dissapointed in Planet Analog.  This isn't Facebook!

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william.wilson
william.wilson
5/2/2019 7:25:52 PM
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The e-health program
Hi,

This 8th part article of the e-health program is trully amazing, thank's for sharing.

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