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What do you think of Roland’s Ramblings?


10 Responses to Reader Feedback

  1. Roland, I e-mailed you a while back (before Christmas) to see if you wanted to meet up to talk about Organization Development. I also saw your podcast idea. I am the guy who operates the Make a Difference blog and would like to meet with you sometime. Feel free to e-mail me at . Thanks for your presence in the blogosphere!


    John Spalding


  2. Thanks, John. I just sent you an e-mail.


  3. Judy Hansen says:

    I think you find some of the most interesting links in cyber-space and everyday I learn something new.


  4. Roland says:

    Closing comments for now due to a flood of spam.


  5. Roland says:

    I am opening comments again to see if the spam problem recurrs. An earlier attempt to stop the spam in this section was unsuccessful. Here goes another try.


  6. Jesús Gonzáles says:

    I have recently discovered your blog. I wish I had found it a long time ago. During the last week or so, I have read many of your entries from over the years. It is all very fascinating. You seem to be a brilliant person. Thank you for having an interesting, informative, and educating blog.


  7. Why viewers still make use of to read news papers when in this technological world the whole thing is accessible on net?

    (This spam comment is courtesy of nicholas_sweat at


  8. Mystee says:

    I’m writing a fictional narrative that deals with passive prejudice. Googling the term, I found your blog and have found so much joy in reading your words this morning. Uncanny that I live in Toledo too. Looking forward to diving in more. – Mystee


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