Attribution Linking from a Religious Perspective

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Religion (noun) A cause, principle, or activity pursued with zeal or conscientious devotion.

Taking this definition and applying it to our Fall authors, it is easy to understand the analogy to religion that is used when it comes to attribution linking and its devotees.  It is with almost fanatical belief that some espouse and defend their individual methodologies.  As with the Yes faith, there are doubters but the sayers of sooth will not be swayed and continue to preach their gospel of linking in the church of attribution.

 

Author: David Spaulding

Religion (noun) A cause, principle, or activity pursued with zeal or conscientious devotion.

Taking this definition and applying it to our Fall authors, it is easy to understand the analogy to religion that is used when it comes to attribution linking and its devotees.  It is with almost fanatical belief that some espouse and defend their individual methodologies.  As with the Yes faith, there are doubters but the sayers of sooth will not be swayed and continue to preach their gospel of linking in the church of attribution.

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