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Sat Feb 9 02:57:59 AEST 1991
In article <1991Feb5.223437.14710 at kodak.kodak.com> crassi at kodak.kodak.com (Charlie Crassi) writes:
>Let's face it Gil, the only thing that came out of ureka that you
>objected to was Dr. Shea's article on your computer prices, and whether
>or not you were scalping the "uninitiated". (I'm neutral, no opinion)
>Dr. Shea was doing what I understand was a psychological profile
>study of the personality types who try to become as someone who
>replied to his article put it so nicely, "Net.Gods", and their
>Personally I'd rather not spawn such a situation, but I believe when
>his research paper on the project was reviewed, it got a standing
>ovation thanks to those who replied, those you mention in your posting.
>I also believe his paper used direct quotations from the net replies.
>Watch for it in Psychology Today. The names will be changed but you
>should have no difficulty recognizing the article. :-)
>You can find Dr. Shea (alias mike shea) at:
>or perhaps the "best" solution is sign up for one of the courses
>he teaches and discuss it with HIM ;-)
Charlie, do you have details of this psychology experiment that was conducted
How about the article. My subscription to "Psychology Today" seems to have
To be honest, I'm not quite sure how I feel about being used as part of an
experiment without my knowledge or consent, or how I feel about someone
furthering his career as a result of said experiment.
While I did suspect that Mike Shea was a net.fake, I did not suspect the
net.experiment.for.career.gains angle (feeling stupid :-)).
If others are interested, you can post the response, else if I'm the only one
interested, e-mail me.
P.S. Can you include an e-mail address without and @ in it? They have proven
unreasonably difficult to use with outgoing mail (don't ask...MIS's setup)
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