So, I'm sippin' on some gin and coffee-juice this morning, reading over the ERE daily digests . .. . only to notice that my post yesterday in the Recruiting Leadership
group had been removed.
The title of the post was (or the 'Resolved' if you're a debater), "Is outsourcing outrageous or the natural way of things?", so I figured that I'd toss my 2-sizzles in there and argue the affirmative. With all the talk about the globalizzling/commoditizzling of name sourcing and the rise of the true value-adders (Jeff Weidner of HTC, Charles Hillman of Per Your Request, Avature, Qualigence, etc.), I thought there was a good convo goin'. Since I've received so many funny emails (some flaming emails :P ) about my post/article, "Who Killed Kenny, The Name Sourcer
", I thought I'd arguing the affirmative would be right up my alley.
So when my post was removed, I was surprizzled. (Well, I used to be censizzled all the time over there, so I wasn't that surprizzled). I emailed the group leader and he said, "Hi Josh- I had no idea that your post was removed. You might want to check with the folks at ERE. They may be monitoring content. I am pretty laisse-faire concerning the content and don't usually remove comments."
So if it wasn't him who remizzled my post, who could it be? Was John Sumser right
that "It's a big ship that doesn't turn quickly or easily"? Deletin' posts from just one of the 50k members seems like the move of a speedboat if ya ask me! :P
And is it a good move for a big ship to burn up energy making quick turns to 'run over little fish in the water' instead of spending that energy on meaningful things? Ah, food for thought, my fellow RBC-3POs'.
P.S. I did include a 2-line note at the bottom that I would have posted the thought/article of Who Killed Kenny, The "Name Sourcer"
, but I couldn't as I wanted to own my own material instead of signing it over to the platform. Maybe that's why my post was censizzled? :P