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Monthly Archive January, 2003

they’ll never learn, but one can hope

January 31, 2003

angiemckaig.com – brain lint Even in this recession, where there are more out-of-work tech people than ever, employers and employees both have to remember that there is such a thing as mutual respect. If you want us to learn your business, take a bit of time to learn ours. At the very least, avoid laundry […]

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Internet spammer can’t take what he dishes out

On Lisa Rein’s Radar: Spam Justice West Bloomfield bulk e-mailer Alan Ralsky, who just may be the world’s biggest sender of Internet spam, is getting a taste of his own medicine.

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keeping the aristocracy at bay

January 28, 2003

a parable: “let’s suppose you and I have been summoned to God’s office, and while we wait for Her to admit us, we hear Her grousing about how the market has beaten up Her holdings pretty badly. She calls for one of her assistants to fetch Her the next two souls to be sent to […]

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thoughts on knowledge logging

January 26, 2003

K-Log Pilot Recap I hate to call these “k-logs” since pronunciation seems to make them sound less than useful. Many were in agreement that the k-log would be a great vehicle for senior execs to share wisdom with others in the company. Oddly enough, those same people were uncertain whether they as individuals would have […]

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