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Re: Vikings upset Karmazin
>From: "Brian T. Vita" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Ronald Steele" <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: Vikings upset Karmazin
>Date: Mon, Apr 24, 2000, 1:55 PM
> At 09:11 AM 4/24/00 -0500, Ronald Steele wrote:
>>And it's debateable if it constitutes a "misuse" to listen to netcasts. I
>>bet you could find some company silly enough to let actual radios stay, but
>>block out netcasting sites. Now wouldn't THAT be irony?
>>Its misuse when the employees are taking up a noticable amount of the
>>company's bandwith for personal use at the expense of slowing down the
>>company's legitimate needs. If the company's network is slowed down by a
>>number of workers listening to streaming audio, it cost the company money.
Then it would be interesting to see..how much bandwith it uses up at these
>>I have the same feeling when people abuse their company email accounts. I
>>had a friend who used to get about 200+ pieces of junk email every day at
>>her workplace. This was not unsolicited spam, she would purposely
>>subscribe to every mailing list that even remotely interested
>>her. Official company stuff was often lost in the inbox pile. She would
>>spend about an hour a day reading it. She couldn't understand when the
>>company canned her.
She was READING e-mail..couldn't have done anything else! Radio, OTOH, can
be on in the BACKGROUND.