Of Fog, Blogs and Obfuscation
Dan tells me he considers Plainfield Today a locale for his personal writings, including campaigning for someone, while CLIPS is the place where he aggregates the work of others. But because CLIPS starts off with Plainfield Today, is the distinction clear? Or is it a bit foggy?
Since I was last agonizing over this in the wee hours of the morning, Dan has posted his rationale for why there is no problem. If he crafts a campaign piece and then showcases it on his blog, it's just his business. He concludes by saying in Latin, "Let the games begin." Hey Dan, I think they began back in January. But better late than never to be up front with the readers.