This is a nice interface idea I hadn’t seen on a major site like LinkedIn yet. Post a comment and take your time to reconsider. It is for those of us that are impulsive posters, quick to comment on anything like a teenager. And since any reasonable LinkedIn user wants to appear professional and in control, this is the feature to go with it. Write – Think – Rewrite.
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