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Jeff Caddick

Will, I found this entry very helpful. Thanks for the analysis. I've struggled with this topic for a while, mostly ascribing conversational style to online mediums and more formal writing for manuals. I think your point of differentiating "personalization" from "conversational" is extremely important.

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