Well, no. Not THAT horse. I was referring rather to the concern expressed by Christina in the email below regarding my earlier post about her survey of bloggers. I’m making the edits because I’m tractable, but I wonder if Christina shouldn’t expect to be identified when she seeks entree to the exhibitionistic world of bloggadoccio?

Hi Mr. Paynter,

I received your submission of the survey and noticed that you’ve posted the link on your site. Thank you very much for posting it, I am very grateful.

I would like to request, however, for you to edit the third paragraph. Although the results of the survey are strictly confidential, I offered to share a summary (summary excludes all identifiable information) with you if you were to post the link on your site because your readers would be my respondents, and as host of the site, you would be entitled to know what you are helping me on. Also, please remove my name as I am not very comfortable having my full name on the world wide web. [emphasis added]

I apologize for the hassle and confusion, I should have mentioned and clarified these in my first email.

Thank you very much for your time. I really appreciate your help on this.

Christina [last name suppressed at request of sender]