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(9/13/2013 11:58:02 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
rKx5hW Fantastic post.Really looking forward to read more. Cool.
- NY
(9/5/2013 10:09:43 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
LX3bkv Thanks for sharing, this is a fantastic blog post. Awesome.
- NY
(3/28/2013 1:14:38 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Let me be a little more accurate here, Radiomike.
By transferring from Second Person ("you") references to Third Person references, our communications become consistent with what radio already is - an indirect medium.
Besides that which is the most important element, Third Person references are unlimited in number where there is only one "you".

The detailed explanations can be found in a number of fields including Transformational Grammar - a real snoozer for all but the keenest of afficianados. Fortunately, we (radio-types) don't have to know all that to execute the principles any more than a slugger needs to understand physics in order to put bat on ball.

- Ronald T. Robinson
(3/27/2013 4:32:56 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
"Suck" is what we already do, Radiomike.
The principle, meanwhile, is quite simple to articulate, but somewhat difficult to execute... at first.

It is as follows: By trading in all Second Person ("you") references for Third Person elements, radio becomes an indirect medium.
And that's it for today's freebie. :)

- Ronald T. Robinson
(3/27/2013 1:44:11 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
So you want us to "suck" too? Is there a concrete principle to apply here?
- Radiomike


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