techbeck, on 14 February 2013 - 14:57, said:
No, just word your comments correct so it comes off as an opinion an not a fact. If you want to put something to indicate an opinion, then do so if you want. I normally put IMO but that is just me as I want to make sure there is no confusion on what I mean.
Are we really not intelligent enough to recognise an opinion unless somebody states it as such?
THE WALL IS RED. <- FACT. It is irrefutable (unless the wall is a different colour). There is no opinion here.
GOOGLE SUCKS. <- OPINION. There is no fact here. What people will think of Google will change from person to person. There is no one answer here.
Actually saying "in my opinion" is completely redundant when people should be able to recognise the difference between opinion and fact from a young age.