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  • Comment on Foster’s Post

    Posted by Ginny on July 21st, 2007 (All posts by )

    Just wanted to link: first help desk.

    I’ve got to admit that I identify with the clueless monk and am always amazed at the steady patience of the it guys.  Clearly the tone is universal if the language isn’t.

    (This was going around a few months ago; sorry if I’m repeating it but can’t find it through googling Chicagoboyz.)   And I suspect there was some of that in the 1930’s; inertia and fear of change are probably at least as motivating as turf battles & definition of status in terms of how many people wait on us.  The break with all those notions was described by Franklin – but I think it is human nature to fear change and want larger acreage.