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there are always consequences, even to the unaware. They accrue over time, too.

industrial age thinking in the information age - many reasons why that is happening and why it's not sustainable in a world that keeps changing at the pace it does.

I find it amazing that companies do actually send notes like that. It smells of both arrogance and frustration, and id certainly going to backfire on them big time. What do they expect? Oh well, I guess it takes all sorts......

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