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May 02, 2010

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Bobb

The link to part 1 doesn't work.

Bob Purse

Thanks for bringing that to my attention - stupid mistake on my part, and it's been fixed.

Bob

please get part two to work

This is awesome, but I can't get part two to work.

Relefunt

The man invented Parkinson's Law -- that's what he's most famous for. The law basically states that the length of time required to perform a task is equal to the time that is allowed to complete it. That has serious ramifications for those who manage other people. And happens to basically be true 95% of the time. I have two of his books and they are quite witty.

Bob Purse

That's really weird - I checked it yesterday, when I fixed part one, and I listened to part of it. I don't know what happened to the link, but I've fixed it.

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