"Engineer" (Was: Tech contact for Qwest?)
avg at kotovnik.com
Mon Aug 23 17:01:12 UTC 1999
J.D. Falk <jdfalk at cybernothing.org> wrote:
> Yeah, but at least they have a code of ethics. Where'd ours
Having to have a written code of ethics is usually a very sure sign
that there are problems in this respect. Every time i hear about
anything like that i'm reminded of the Moral Code of Bulider of Communism
(yes, there was a poster with that text in virtually every classroom
in the ussr). That one was a lot more comprehensive, too.
Well, the early Internet types have unwritten ethics - and it is a hell
lot different from the corporate ethics of the Professional Engineers (tm).
Clashes between these two often provide spectacular fireworks :)
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