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Smart CEO. Sometimes little gems like that do a lot to give a company
or a product a human face.
On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 2:33 PM, Sarah Stegall<sstegall -at- bivio -dot- net> wrote:
> In the late 90s I was working for a small start-up, where I had a lot of
> trouble getting reviews back from programmers and engineers. This was
> especially true of the "warnings" section. So one day, I slipped in a
> warning: Do not run with scissors. I was trying to see how many of my
> readers actually read the stuff they were signing off on (very few, as
> it turned out). When it came time for the final draft, of course I took
> that "warning" out.
> A message came back from the President/CEO ordering me to put it back
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