[rescue] Do you remember when? Security software.....
alaric at caerllewys.net
Thu Aug 14 11:58:55 CDT 2003
On Thu, Aug 14, 2003 at 12:30:51PM -0400, Shannon wrote:
> It seems obvious to me that this is an act of deception, that I
> cannot figure out why we treat it as the norm.
maybe because this is an *age* of deception and misrepresentation? From
the highest to the lowest, it seems like people are EXPECTED to lie.
And that's when they're not actually being *ordered* to lie.
> Shouldn't an interviewing team want to know the truth about you?
HR managers still suffer from the delusion that Corporate Appearance
actually helps get the job done. And for front-facing people like, say,
corporate-sales people and senior staff, it's probably true. They fail
to grasp that this does not generalize to the greasemonkeys who keep
> Or does this say something about our society being afraid of that?
I think it says something about a large segment of our society being
afraid to tell the truth. (I think a larger segment is afraid to hear
it, but I think that's for different reasons.)
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