There is no “tone” over the internet. What you make of a reply is how you read it. I simply see no reason to complain about documentation.
Jonathan, As a professional courtesy, I am going to disabuse you of that notion immediately.
ALL communication has a tone.
Yours is decidely confrontational.
You don’t contribute to the discussion at hand by actually reviewing and discussing the merits of a particular position.
@you1 immediately start throwing @#$! at a fan on ‘high’ to see how far and wide it sticks
Simply sending one email with the tone you have used is a firing offense in many companies.
It’s one thing to disagree with someone’s position by discussing the merits of a position, it is something all together different
to be disagreeable simply for the sake of hearing your own “voice”.
At 24 years old you should know better but I expect that you are still living at home and the real world hasn’t hit you yet.
You must be a student because no one in the professional world would communicate the way you do.
Try it and see how fast you are shown the door.
A word of advice, things that you post on the internet can come back to haunt you.
There are things called background checks and you’d be surprised what information can and will be considered by a potential employer.
One part of my initial consideration of anyone is checking to see if there is anything on the net
to indicate a potential personality issue. If you can’t work on a team, I can’t use you.
If you are a legend in your own mind, no matter your talent, you are cancer to an employer.
Unless you plan on working at RadioShack forever, my sincere advice to you is to grow up while you still can or practice saying “Welcome to WalMart”.
Message Edited by tmarkoski on 10-11-2008 06:25 AM