Natalie Solent proven right again

What I quickly discovered was that I wasn\’t alone. That there were others like you who felt the same. Perhaps I shouldn\’t have been surprised, but I was. While I was a lone voice in the wilderness, you guys turned the site into a chorus.

7 thoughts on “Natalie Solent proven right again”

  1. Um, I think the passage our host is referring to is:

    “One way in which consensus opinion changes is when scattered individuals become aware that many others share their opinions.”

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    I was talking about the BBC’s Have Your Say section on the website, which at that time had recently moved to allowing readers to sort comments by numbers of recommendations.

    I am sure I was not the first to observe something like that, but let that not discourage our host from making splendid and correct blog posts on the pattern of this most excellent example.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    Natalie Solent – “I am sure I was not the first to observe something like that, but let that not discourage our host from making splendid and correct blog posts on the pattern of this most excellent example.”

    I am happy to give credit to Ms Solent, but I think it was Peter Mansfield, some time ago, that said the Ottoman Parliament was destabilising because up to then everyone had thought only their part of the Empire was poorly ruled, but now they talked to others and discovered everywhere was.

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