my progressive insurance claims adjusters who found me at fault for proceeding to drive when the light turned green and being struck by some idiot making an illegal left turn because I didn't see him.. and he says he saw me... yet he still ran into my vehicle going straight ahead in my lane... yeah,,,,
Wow, well, I don't even want to look into these videos because then I'll just feel bad for poking fun at Anna in the first place. But it sounds like I was more easy-going than these other bullies, at least. In any case, wake up, Ikea! No one is happy with Anna! Fix her up, give that girl some purpose, and maybe -- just maybe -- along the way you'll actually please your customers. A novel idea, but worth a shot, I say.
I am sure all the outsourced overseas call center reps and owners must have heaved a collective sigh of relief after watching your blog Nicole.Conversation is a cerebral art and artificial intelligence is way off the mark still.I am not sure where to put Watson in this
"While dear Anna needed the lesson in empathy, it is I who now empathize with Anna. I can see from the search results how online bullying gets started and how difficult it would be to stop it. Employers such as Ikea should pay attention and protect their avatars or other avatars may not want to work there."
Ha! Very intriguing thoughts. I would have to go checkout those Youtubes videos you made mentioned up. Thanks for being an ardent Anna sympathize.
The whole Amazon.reader debate is a double-stupid. It's stupid to think that there's any e-book buyer who doesn't know Amazon's URL, and it was stupider to let ICANN launch the whole free-form TLD initiative to start with.
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The automotive website uses propensity modeling to target ads and customer registration forms, said Brian Baron, director of business analytics for Edmunds.com, at Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
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