There Are Reasons

There are reasons why we don’t blog in the true sense of the word. We’re not interested in having to monitor and clean up the garbage that can accumulate when you do. Our columns are ours; not a place for anyone to express any old opinion. We have responded to some of those who have written us with thoughtful inquiries, or who have made insightful comments. We even appreciate considered differences. We can learn too. So there are, now and then, useful interchanges. We like it that way.

Now, where were we? Oh yes. Before I interrupted myself to pay attention to something else, I was saying how we are pleased with a blog of the sort we have. And one of the things that we appreciate most is the fact that there are those who are reading who have made themselves known. Our postings, though frequent (normally two a day), are not long. We try to say one thing, at least, with some punch. We try to be interesting, not dry. We try to be thought-provoking, not provoking.

And, one more item before we let you go —

Take a look at the courses that INS offers. If you enjoy these columns, we think you’ll enjoy the courses even more. Look

  1. At the variety of courses;
  2. At the length of each;
  3. At the depth of treatment of each subject.

We urge you to compare and contrast these with other distant learning programs. We hope (and even dare to think) that you will be pleasantly surprised.

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