May 28, 2007

Back to graft …

Well it’s been back to solid graft today on the MBAHRM and it’s going very very slowly.
Broke my mobile as well yesterday which has meant the distraction of buying a new one on eBay, does anyone know why eBay people refuse to deal with you unless you’ve got lots of positive feedback? Are they like that in “normal” shops? Do they ask the assistant how many times they’ve sold a particular good or service? Then when you look at the feedback it’s all the same in any case – everyone self congratulating “A+++++ Best eBay person ever!” type comments that aren’t really that helpful if you think about it – especially as everyone seems to get the same effusive comments!
Ho hum – perhaps I just don’t understand the eBay generation.

Received my first comment on a posting today as well ;-) That’s made me happy.

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  1. Elizabeth

    Hello Karl
    I’ve just seen you’ve posted a review of my book, Project Management in the Real World, on Amazon. Thanks for taking the time to read it and comment!

    Good luck with your MBA

    08 Jul 2007, 10:05

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