On Monday 17 May 2004 16:03, Conall O'Brien wrote:
> Besides, the Labour Party have some very good IT people they talk to,
> including our (sleep deprived) Colm... I don't think they need to be
> beaten with a clue stick, unlike FF and the PDs... :)
At the same time, it's also good to contact people to say "thanks for
listening". Many people on this list have worked in tech support at one time
or another, god help them/us.
Like tech support, politicians mostly get people bitching at them. Unlike
tech support, politicians get rather a lot of bribe offers (but you'd be
surprised how many people try to bribe tech support).
Seldom do people simply say "thank you", and it can go a long way.
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