- Take the time to notice the structuring and content of titles (of posts, books, theses, etc.]. Titles can and often do say a lot more than people might imagine.
- Blog post titles can be like exam questions. A lot of students don't take the time to read thoroughly the questions set before them. Students, if not careful, can impose upon a question a lot of personal (intellectual, emotional) baggage. Remember the story of the young student who got the math answer correct but was docked marks because the child missed the point of the calculation process? [click HERE for a reminder]
Unfortunately, people are too easily offended, and often they are offended for the wrong reasons. When people are offended because they are frequently conditioned to be by mind numbing ideologies such as those which occur under the umbrella of political correctness, a strange alchemy can result. Some people, not all, can and do make the leap to believing they are harassed simply because someone said something which did not agree with and/or challenged their understanding of reality. We live in an age when people are so confused about morality that they frequently demand their hurt feelings merit legal recourse to protect them from people who happen to reject their, for example, idiotic or dangerous behaviour.