Letter From The Editor: A Quick Note About Comments Within The Community

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Finally, I’d prefer to bring up a couple of things about who we are at HODINKEE, and how far comments can convey. We, similar to you, are watch fans, and we as a whole have a common energy for watches and all the universes they contact. Our accounts are made by lovers, for devotees, and we assume our liability to you, our perusers, who are individuals from a similar more extensive community we are, amazingly genuinely. Comments distributed on HODINKEE aren’t simply perused by your kindred watch aficionados it is possible that; they’re perused by individuals on the brand side up to and including worldwide CEOs, fashioners, designers, advertising and deals staff, advertising experts, unendingly. I notice this since it’s not difficult to fail to remember that we are all important for a similar community. The obscurity of the comments area, which we keep up as a graciousness to our perusers, isn’t a pardon for incivility and if a point merits making, it merits making in a smart and deferential style that recognizes the more noteworthy watch devotee community. It’s all around very simple to fail to remember that sentiments are not realities, matters of taste shift, and feelings are only that, yet before you compose a post, recollect that we’re all here – us as narrators, and you as perusers – to give something of significant worth back to the community.

We trust this explains our article strategy concerning comments; we thank our perusers ahead of time for keeping comments on subject, commonly aware, and, ideally, useful to and advancing of the watch community at large.