Okay, I'm well aware that you can read my regular Huffington Post columns over at my personal "Robert J. Elisberg" area on the HuffPo website. And, in fact, there are a lot of advantages for doing so -- most notably because you can click on the blue Email button they have (it's at the top of any Huffington Blog page), and that will inform you automatically whenever a new column has been posted. This is A Good Thing (provided you actually want to read them -- but since you're here reading this, that's a reasonable assumption). And highly recommended.
The one advantage to reading over here at Elisberg Industries -- or at least just checking it out every once in a while -- is that in addition to the fully-baked Hufferies, there are things that don't always require a full column. A half-baked thought, for instance. Or an off-handed comment. Or simply a link to a video or something that might be of interest. Or even the Hufferies that get posted here will often have a new introduction going into some background not in the article itself. Or...oh, who knows? Whatever.
Just know that when you do read a Huffery posted here, it will be the same fine quality you've come to expect for what they pay over there.
Hey, as the song says, "The best things in life are free." But then, I'll bet cash money that the person who wrote that got paid for it.
Read on, Macduff.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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