If it s any consolation, Alistair has already chastised me about my choice of language. I doubt I ll change my ways, but at least I feel bad about not feelingMessage 1 of 46 , Sep 6, 2008View SourceIf it's any consolation, Alistair has already chastised me about my choice of language. I doubt I'll change my ways, but at least I feel bad about not feeling bad...
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Ron Jeffries wrote:
Hello, dgery2000. On Saturday, September 6, 2008, at 10:14:15 AM, you wrote:
I think the first conflicting building block revolves around the definition of reward and punishment. Jonathan's view, as far I understand, is too broad for me : I was considering reward/punishment as "I have the power to make your life better (reward) or worse (punishment) because I can give more or less of what I think you want, and I'll use that power to get you do what I want you to do."
Yes, that was what I heard as well. Ron Jeffries www.XProgramming.com A long range weather forecast should be obtained before leaving, as weather conditions are extremely unpredictable. --Natal Daily News
... That s a good point. The biggest complaint I hear about this list is that the volume makes it too hard to keep up. Might I suggest that any futureMessage 46 of 46 , Sep 6, 2008View Sourceaacockburn wrote:
> I also have enjoyed this rampaging discussion immensely, even ifThat's a good point. The biggest complaint I hear about this list is
> it has precious little to do with agile-usability. It has opened
> some interesting doors for long-term inquiry in my mind. (Thanks
> Jonathan for that).
> Maybe now we can let this group get on with its regularly scheduled
> program :)
that the volume makes it too hard to keep up. Might I suggest that any
future discussion on this topic go to a more appropriate list? E.g.,