Friday, January 04, 2008

Don't be an ass - the internet never forgets: Follow Up

In response to this, Jim K. commented
He could have made the whole thing go away by simply agreeing that what he had done was wrong and offering to pay for the damage. Instead he tried to weasel his way out of it. Public shaming is appropriate and today public means on the internet.

Yet . . . what of redemption?

The point here is that this shame goes on .. and on. Eternal finger waving and cries of 'shame' without pause.

Harassment without a chance for redemption is not shaming; it's bullying.

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