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veti Silver badge

Who are you?

If you're going to publish an article with extensive use of the first person singular pronoun -

Is it really asking too much for your own name, rather than that of a company, to be attached to said article?

Doesn't have to be your real name, you can use a pen name if you're shy. But "Amberhawk Training" doesn't sound like anyone I'm likely to meet in a pub.

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