by jaredmoshe
April 15, 2005 9:12 AM
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For some reason it often surprises my friends that I have interns. Perhaps it's because the picture they have in their heads is of the cruel taskmaster sending interns out to do laundry, change license plates or pick up dog hair from the local groomer (don't ask). Well, let me say I am a firm believer in keeping interns away from the personal tasks. There is, I think, a sort of social contract between employee and intern, where the intern agrees to do minute mindless tasks in exchange for a chance to learn and prove him/herself. Note - learning the difference between sweet-and-low and extra does not count. Nor is learning humility

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  • ben | July 1, 2005 8:22 AMReply


  • Malaga | May 18, 2005 2:47 AMReply

    Three rules for the spam game:

    1) you can not win.
    2) you can not draw.
    3) you can not leave the play.


    Antonio, from Malaga (Spain)