Tag: critique


20 years beyond 1984. What did we think it would be like? Flying cars? Food pellets? Cars that turn into briefcases? Or just Big Brother monitoring our every move? Well, we got one of those things. Unfortunately, it isn’t any of the cool, techie things that we thought it might be. We got the monitoring without the flying cars. I… Read more →

2002.8.27 – why did i ask?

How many rhetorical questions do you ask in one day? 1? 10? 50? If you work in the customer service industry, like me, you probably ask anywhere from 50-100. The main rhetorical question being, “how are you doing today?”. This is a question that very rarely requires an answer longer than 2 or 3 words, yet many customers feel the… Read more →