Re: [79all] IETF Badge

"Bjoern A. Zeeb" <bzeeb-lists@lists.zabbadoz.net> Fri, 12 November 2010 03:44 UTC

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On Thu, 11 Nov 2010, Henk Uijterwaal wrote:

iHi,

> ps. And this evening a newbie told me that he found it very handy that
> everybody was wearing a badge, as it allowed him to get the names of
> everybody he spoke to.

Exactly, might have been me:)   So reading through the thread I
realize that it's not so much about wearing badges than the control
but I thought I'd reply anyway for two things:

1) Yes I really appreciate that everyone is wearing badges; it really
    helps, also if you only know names and not the people, not only
    if you want to remember who just talked to you.

2) I caught up on Dilbert this morning and I sometimes have to
    wonder... well see yourself... ;-)

    http://www.dilbert.com/fast/2010-11-10/

Regards,
Bjoern

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