Re: The Covert Interview

Subject: Re: The Covert Interview
From: Mean Green Dancing Machine <aahz -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 8 Jan 1995 15:34:53 GMT

In article <m0rPxpb-000BGBC -at- sb -dot- starbasecorp -dot- com>,
Susan W. Gallagher <sgallagher -at- starbasecorp -dot- com> wrote:

>Of course, there are times when the powers-that-be force programmers
>into my office to impart information. When that happens, I try to make
>the encounter as painless as possible. There's soft jazz playing on
>the stereo, lots of plants and posters for a "homey" feeling, and a
>table-top or shelf full of "programmer lures" (tops, ball bearing
>puzzles, 3D glasses, etc.) to keep their little hands busy while
>they struggle to communicate ;-) Works for me!

You happened to hit one of my buttons, so I'll just remind you to be
sensitive to people's environmental preferences.

(I'm hearing impaired, and I *hate* background music when I'm talking to
someone. I liked the rest of the advice, but it might fail with someone
else.)
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