There Is No Orthodoxy (Or Always Best Way) To Publish Any More

Publishing these days is like investing.  What you find to be the best
way to do it may NOT be the best way for another person. 

Yes,
we should make sure that people are making informed decisions.  But if
they reach a different conclusion than us with the same information,
then so be it.

When you insist that others can *only* be right by following *your* idea of orthodoxy, it doesn’t convince others.

It only makes you look insecure.

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