Self-sealing behaviour

    So, I say, "I like feedback, and yet I have comments disabled".

    Hmm. I have a lot of good reasons not to enable comments, but what is really going on. Oh it sounds a bit like that I want to:

    1. be in unilateral control; (b) strive to win and not lose;
    2. suppress negative feelings; and (d) act rationally (Argyris, 2002, p. 212).

    So, from now, comments are now on1.


    Argyris, C. (2002). Double-loop learning, teaching, and research. Academy of Management Journal, 1(2), 208–218.


    To prevent comment spam, they'll be automatically disabled after some period.

    If you webmention this page, please let me know the URL of your page.

    BTW: Your webmention won't show up until I next "build" my site.

    Word count: 100 (about 1 minutes)


    Updated: 11 Aug '04 08:59

    Author: Peter Smith


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