Re: What about the client's needs? (was: What would Andrew do)
Can you honestly tell me with a straight face that this wouldn't angerWait a minute! Didn't you recently do the same, telling the story about the writer who didn't know what Acrobat was? Personally, I didn't find either inappropriate, but everything you say about Elna's story could apply to yours. Both could be taken as publicizing the details of interactions with cllients. Or do you see some difference that I don't? It seems to me that you've been made defensive - unsurprisingly, if so - by some of the remarks made about your original point and as a result you're expanding on it far too much.
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