Managerial Obfuscation in Communication (MOCk) Award

Subject: Managerial Obfuscation in Communication (MOCk) Award
From: "Morton, Christopher" <CMorton -at- caiso -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>, "Lisa M. Bronson" <lisa -at- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 11:41:35 -0800

There's been some chatter of late about those who ignore formatting and
style conventions in favor of disguising their lack of knowledge. That
said, I'd like to enter my candidate for this year's coveted Managerial
Obfuscation In Communication Award:

"The <acronym> team performed an assessment of the integration
interfaces of the <acronym> projects based on criteria used to determine
the level of schedule risk and technology risk to the program and
projects and has recommended integration technologies for the individual
projects as described in the attached documents."

To qualify for consideration, one must parse a given sentence a minimum
of three times and still wonder what it was the author was attempting to

> Chris Morton


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