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We all have our limits. Abraham Lincoln's limit is that he left behind no wise counsel for the man who finds himself garmentless at 30,000 feet. But he did leave something for the Twitterers.
Last week, author Alice Hoffman issued an apology to a reviewer she attacked via Twitter. But an apology, by its nature, should focus on what you did wrong and not place blame on the other.