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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

In News That Even I Don't Care About

So Blackberry devices were on the fritz recently. That's just the backdrop.

Then there's the CNN article with a bit about this guy:

(taken from CNN)
"I'm mad -- it's enough already," said a frustrated Stuart Gold, who said he gets 1,000 e-mails a day as director of field marketing for Web analytics company Omniture Inc.

Gold, who worked most of Monday on a laptop while traveling, plans to ask his company to buy him a backup smart phone from a rival like Palm Inc., which makes the Treo, in case BlackBerry service goes on the blink again.

"I don't know what happened, I don't care what happened. They need to save their excuses for someone who cares," Gold said.

Damn! Its this kind of guy who makes dealing with businesspeople a pain in the ass. These are the guys who make support staff grind their teeth, or cringe and cry. 1,000 emails in a day? I bet he feels mighty important, but I'd love to know he manages to read 1,000 emails in a day. I assume he means actual, valid emails, not Viagra spam, forwards from Betty in accounting, and those reports that he gets every day and never reads anyway. Reading that little bit just makes me want to throttle this asshole.

And that's it for completely random bullshit news for me today. Ciao!

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