Mgbe ị kụrụ okwu 30 nke a na ntanetị na otu ụbọchị, ị maara na ị tiri akwara!
Mgbe m kpebiri biputere afọ ojuju m na 37 Signals, ọ dịghị ụzọ m na-agbalị iti n'ihu peeji nke TechMeme ma ọ bụ nwee 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.
N'ezie, ọ bụrụ na ndị iwe ewee iwe, m na-anwa ịpụ n'ụzọ m iji gbalịa ịpụ dị ka ndị enyi. Anyị nwere ike ghara ikwenye ma bụrụ enyi. N'ezie, anaghị m ekwenye na ndị enyi m karịa ọtụtụ mmadụ! Naanị jụọ ha!
That said, the blogosphere is a wild frontier. We don't, nor will we ever have a Usoro akparamagwa. Anyị ekwesịghịkwa! Ekwenyesiri m ike na nnwere onwe ikwu okwu na ịntanetị.
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, nke ka elu ikike gị, n'agbanyeghị Google or Teknụzụ, ị ga-enwekwu ọrụ iji hụ na ị na-ewepụta eziokwu dị ka eziokwu na echiche dị ka echiche.
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.