I’d rather not.  If I remove anonymity I limit my ability to freely discuss the topic at hand. In order to invoke thought and elicit change, you have to say what nobody else will say.  In order to do that, you have to know that your employer, your friends, your family, or anyone you may run into at Starbucks, can’t/won’t frown upon you for what you say.

That’s all.  It makes sense to me.

I will however tell you that I work full time within IT as one of the Nation’s largest companies.  I have three kids that span 14 years.  I am opinionated, but just the right amount.  The point here is to listen to what I have to say without getting distracted by who is writing it.


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