Ke kuʻi ʻoe i kēlā manaʻo 30th ma kahi moʻomanaʻo blog i hoʻokahi lā, ʻike ʻoe ua hahau ʻoe i ke aʻalolo!
I koʻu hoʻoholo ʻana e kau e pili ana i koʻu hōʻoluʻolu hou nei me 37 Hōʻailona, ʻaʻole loa wau e hoʻāʻo ana e paʻi i ka ʻaoʻao mua o ʻO TechMeme aiʻole ʻO Jason Fried personally tell me off. Those of you that have been around for a while know that I'm a nice guy who doesn't like to raise a fuss with my blog.
I ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, ke huhū nā poʻe me aʻu e hoʻāʻo wau e hele i waho o koʻu ala e hoʻāʻo ai e hele wāwae ma ke ʻano he hoaaloha. Hiki iā mākou ke kūlike ʻole a lilo i mau hoaaloha. ʻO ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, hōʻole ʻole wau me kaʻu mau hoaaloha ma mua o ka hapa nui o ka poʻe. E nīnau wale iā lākou!
That said, the blogosphere is a wild frontier. We don't, nor will we ever have a Ke Code of Conduct. ʻAʻole pono mākou! Manaʻoʻiʻo wau i ke kūʻokoʻa o ka ʻōlelo ma ka Pūnaewele.
I also believe in dissension. We're our own Sheriffs in this Wild Wild West and we should never stand around and watch as other bloggers threaten, lie, or even simply give bad advice. IMHO, ke kiʻekiʻe o kou mana, ʻoiai Google or Hanahana, ke kuleana hou āu e hōʻoia ai e hōʻike i nā ʻoiaʻiʻo e like me nā ʻike a me nā manaʻo e like me nā manaʻo.
I am being honest when I state that I want you to take me to task for my writings. I absolutely respect you for challenging me. Just know that after the dust settles, I may still disagree with you. It's okay for two people to have different views of the same situation. We don't share the same perception, so we'll never perceive things identically.