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Re: your mail
- From: Charles Sprickman
- Date: Thu Aug 08 20:57:00 2002
One might also note that looking at the headers of most webmail services
enables you to figure out where they work anyway...
On Thu, 8 Aug 2002, Scott Granados wrote:
> Do people really almost get fired for what they write here? I'd think
> there would be more constructive things to do by management than read
> nanog for questionable posts. If I were managing someone and they
> posted their feeling on a subject and clearly said it was their own who
> am I to have a problem with that. It might be in my best interest and
> listen to them then silence them.
> On Thu, 8 Aug 2002, Ukyo Kuonji wrote:
> > Sorry, but there are valid reasons for posting anonymously. As one person
> > that almost got fired from a company for expressing what was clearly marked
> > as his own opinion to this list, I can attest to this. Some employers are
> > concerned that you post during working hours, some are concerned that you
> > use a work address, some are concerned that anything you say, no matter what
> > email you use, will be considered as representations of the company's
> > direction, even if it is clearly marked as not.
> > I like helping and sharing my opinions, but I'm not willing to loose my job
> > over it.
> > UK
> > >Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 00:13:22 -0400 (EDT)
> > >From: Brian Wallingford <email@example.com>
> > >
> > >Perhaps it's time to bar posting privileges from those who insist on
> > >remaining entirely anonymous?
> > >
> > >I doubt that anyone who has anything substantive to offer would need to
> > >use a hushmail/yahoo/etc. return address.
> > >
> > >The initial posts from Bandy, Vaul, et al were mildly amusing at first,
> > >but the novelty wore out very quickly.
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