"# it draws on the shared experiences and, "stories" from
various personalities and, projects making it somewhat of a
"comfortable" book to read. You get to see that there are patterns
to the problems across various communities and, tribes and, such
patterns can be addressed
# it isn't "preachy" or, prescriptive or, even full of homilies.
That's a saving grace really. However, the deliberately chatty
nature of the book sometimes becomes a bit too full. However, not
mandating prescriptions to "fix" communities is a good thing to
have in a book
# It does have the usual attempts to define what a community
manager does (including the by now cliche of "herding cats"). The
end definition is somewhat more easy-on-the-ear (read the book for
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