The Community is the Company
João Miguel Neves
jneves at ieee.org
Sun May 27 18:14:06 UTC 2001
First, thanks for your time and patience, I finally understood why it
On 27 May 2001 08:16:33 -0400, TonStanco at aol.com wrote:
> Now, I have a challenge. I have spent a lot of time working on the CommCo and
> explaining it. Now, instead of putting me on the defensive and having to
> defend my system. Why don't you construct a better one? I find most people in
> the community attack any idea as bad, which is the easy thing to do, but then
> do nothing more. While an idea may be bad, the current situation can still be
> worse. It is silly to attack any new idea and remain with a bad status quo.
> If you want to defend the status quo, because everything is fine, you can do
> that too. So either defend the status quo or explain your better solution.
I will think about this (I like building systems, especially social
ones), so I'll try to send you my results by the next weekend, I hope.
Joao Miguel Neves
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