Thank you for offering your comments and reactions to what I write here.
I started this Posterous as an extension of my Twitter feed. Mostly I focus on Sprint and life in Washington, D.C. where I live and work. Regular readers will find I talk a lot about telecommunications issues before the Federal Communications Commission, the Congress and state legislatures -- these issues are too complicated to talk about in 140 characters, so the posts here give me a bit more space to express my ideas.
Speaking of my ideas, I should point out that this is my personal blog. When I share Sprint's positions on public policy issues or other matters, I clearly identify the company's views as such. All other views expressed are my personal opinions. If you're a journalist, please respect that distinction. When you quote my personal views and represent them as Sprint's views, that puts both of us in a tough spot.
Please don't take my lack of response or slow response to your comments as a lack of interest or an unwillingness to engage with you. Some blog posts generate more interest than others and time constraints mean I'm not always in a position to respond.
My comment policy is pretty simple: if your comment or link is germane and polite, I'll approve it; if it's not, I won't.
Thanks for reading.
John Taylor, August 2011.