I have observed on my own blog that the subjects that generate the most comments are those of a technical nature. On Luminous Landscape my third article, on improving one's photography has generated no comments or controversy at all. The number one subject at the moment - the smallest f stop for full size sensors - generating a whopping 135 replies. How could it possibly take that many comments/people to hash out such a mundane subject. Discuss composition or tonality and the responses are few.
I just feel glad that a number of you have provided very insightful comments and just plain benificial additions to my non technical entries and while there may not be dozens to each blog entry - those that are added are frequently illuminating to me, and I suspect you too.
It's possible to read the blog without even looking at the comments but I would encourage you to look at the blog with the comments for a richer experience.
Of course, it's always easier to recommend a tripod than to suggest how to fix boring photographs and probably most of us feel more confident recommending a camera model than advice on aesthetics.