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Comment: smug alert (Score 1) 73

by fightmaster (#22402194) Attached to: A Look Back At 10 Years of OSI

One of the classic, much-studied cases is that of John Humphrey Noyes and the Oneida Community, 1848-1881.

Ah... yes. The ol' Noyes/Oneida example from the shopworn canon of 19th-century personality cult case-studies. Is it even necessary to reference this classic, much-studied case by name? Is its relevance not simply assumed by all whenever the discussion turns to leadership and succession? Excuse me a moment [puff] [puff] while I take a drag [puff] [puff] off my calabash pipe and then savor the heady aroma of my own flatulence.

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+ - Bugged Cell Phones Create a Scandal in Greece

Submitted by fightmaster
fightmaster (691358) writes "On 9 March 2005, a 38-year-old Greek electrical engineer named Costas Tsalikidis was found hanged in his Athens loft apartment, an apparent suicide. The next day, the prime minister of Greece was told that his cellphone was being bugged, as were those of the mayor of Athens and at least 100 other high-ranking dignitaries, including an employee of the U.S. embassy. A version of this story was posted several months back. The July issue of IEEE Spectrum has some additional technical details."

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