I read the Bloggers Code of Ethics and noted it very early. Oh, well it seems that today (3 days later) everyone [ Ars Technica, Valleywag, The Blog Herald, IP Telephony, VoIP, Broadband, InformationWeek Weblog, Andrew Lark, Deep Jive Interests, Invisible Inkling, Connecting the Dots, kottke.org, the j. botter weblog, J. LeRoy's Evolving Web, Zoli's Blog, Epicenter, Guardian Unlimited, Fractals of Change, gapingvoid, Roam4free, The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs, Mark Evans, daily.gigaom, Smalltalk Tidbits …, Enterprise Web 2.0, Burningbird, WebProNews, The TNL.network, Social Media Club, 901am and Digital Common Sense ] wants to talk Blogger Ethics.
I just like this no bull shit attitude of Randy's
"Bloggers are human and we already have a code of conduct for humans.
Now, I'm not saying you have to be nice, but I think we all know there is a line in the sand. I think we all know where that line is. I think we all know when we cross it."
Yeah it a simple no fuss, no frills tdeal, hat every human being adheres too. Its simple ..no big deal
1) If you cross the line - apologies. We all make mistakes.
2) If an anon comment is off topic or inflammatory - you delete it. It's your blog - own it , clean it and keep your house in order !!
...that my 2 cents for this topic. It't not about being a Blogger, its about being a decent Person.
Yeah, I think hardly one know's about the actual true type trolls [I removed URL, becasue its really bad shit in there-email me in case you want the Full disclosure URL ] th
Update :nick sez "Why the Bloggers Code of Conduct can Kiss My Arse" !!