John R. Dennison wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 10:14:39AM -0800, . . wrote:
>>  you've never got busted for playing games when you should have been
>> working?? punishment is sometimes severe. which s/w does this already?
> 	No, I haven't.  Policies are policies.  I follow policies, 
> 	whether I am setting said policies or not.  They exist for a
> 	reason.

Imagine - a company expecting their employees to work on the clock... :-)

What is this world coming to???

I think one of the other posters though said significant other - not 
employer. My wife lets me play games or work late, so I don't need to 
hide. I know many, though, who are in unfair relationships to the other 
extreme where anything "computer related" or "game related" must be 
unimportant, but a spa treatment, reading a book, or shopping, is 
definately important. For such a person, I can totally see how the "if 
she doesn't know it won't hurt her" comes into play. :-)


Mark Mielke <mark at>

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