But it worked in the 90s!

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17 Responses to But it worked in the 90s!

  1. Linguist says:

    I went to the doctor yesterday too.

  2. Jen Shizuka says:

    I’m so confused…

  3. Jon says:

    In other news, today’s Cyanide and Happiness references Indexed!

  4. Randy says:

    very confused… can someone explain please?

  5. David says:

    Working yourself out of a job?

  6. Jen Shizuka says:

    Today’s Cyanide and Happiness has an eerily familiar format…
    http://www.explosm.net/comics/1447/

    That “-or-” especially!

  7. Jen Shizuka says:

    Yeah, I think you’re right, David… the intersection of best practices and SOPs documenting everything you do = you become a replaceable cog, or outright unnecessary.

  8. Mike says:

    If you try and mix the way it’s really done and the way it’s supposed to be done you’re screwed.

  9. Squawkfox says:

    Genius. Printed. Posted in my cubicle. Sucks being a technical writer.

  10. David says:

    This explains why I have trouble dealing with a government department.

  11. CWB says:

    as a healthcare provider who hears these (usually hollow & irrelevant) buzzwords just about every effing day, i find this hysterical.

  12. ren says:

    as an IT security consultant, this is a great summary of my job! now when people ask me what i do for a living, i’ll just link them here :)

  13. So well put. Didn’t work then; doesn’t work now; won’t work tomorrow. That doesn’t stop a lot of folks from trying.

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