Yes, of course I agree. Plenty of artists have held their integrity and
gone on to fame and fortune. Lots of others haven`t. That`s the essence
of the artist`s dilemma.
To translate that to business people, how many startups go through the
turmoil of pricing? It`s a brand new company, sales are very slow, so
the owner has to decide: Do they lower the price until business flows
in, or do they hold the price based on their view of the value?
Your site is yours. You can do whatever you want with it. I viewed the
site, didn`t find it all that compelling, and tried to analyze why not.
You have your arguments with my commentary, and that too is fine. It
happens that my interpretation of your arguments, in my view, comes
down to your own thoughts about integrity. So I posted on the subject.
I`m using SuN to figure out where`s "the line" between what people
generally understand without too much brain work, and something else.
That "something" is the number of terms and concepts "everybody" uses
that don`t make any sense at all. Witness the "model for failure"
thread for the lunacy of modern American conversation.
Is it "too philosophic?" According to what standard of measure? :-) What`s "just the right amount of philosophical?"
that matters to me is that if what I`m writing isn`t making sense, then
I need to change HOW I write. That`s what I`m practicing. I don`t
intend to change *what* I write...only the way I present.