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Re: Personal webpages can get you fired [CNN]
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An entity claiming to be Jim Choate wrote:
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: > TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan (AP) -- Hired to teach computer technology
: > at a marketing company, Cameron Barrett suggested his trainees check
: > out his Web page, where he published his own fiction.
: > Some women staff members did, and were shocked by the violent and
: > sexually explicit passages.
: > They complained to their boss, and Barrett was fired.
Not all that surprising. If Barrett suggested his pages as an example,
that makes them part of his curriculum. Curriculums that don't fit in
with the Diversity model are usually pretty short-lived. That's a big
"Duh" on his part.
 Mark Rogaski "That which does not kill me
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