Happy Friday, pros. Things got a little heated in the comments this week, and I wanted to clear the air a bit.

First, I want to emphasize that the Daily Diversion is a blog, housed on EBN's website. So, when one commenter dinged Tuesday’s post for “posing as an article,” that’s not really fair or true, because it isn't an article.

Although the blog isn’t personally mine, the views presented in DD posts are mine alone (except for guest bloggers, obviously), and shouldn’t be mistaken for those of the EBN staff or EBN's parent company.

I know that many of you find the Daily Diversion through EBN’s e-newsletter InBrief, so going forward the newsletter will be sure to specify in the headline which items are from the blog. Cool?

Now, I thought the commenter who called the post “propaganda” was a bit harsh, but I’m glad to hear commenter RuthBH is having a positive experience implementing Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act reform in a “far from onerous” way. Truly, congratulations!

But I can promise you, that's generally not what I'm hearing from many employers. So, I’d encourage RuthBH to please share more of your specific strategies on easing reform compliance in the comments so that others might benefit from your success.

Thanks as always for the comments; keep ‘em coming!

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