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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Saturday, March 20, 2004
Seen on slashdot: For the past couple of months I've been checking out the goings-on over at the blog for geeks, aka slashdot.org. If having barely-informed teen-aged salesperson bugging you at an actual store isn't annonying enough, well at least one Web sitewould like for them to annoy you while surfing the Web.


According to Rackspace's co-chairman, one-third of users approached via chat engage in conversation with a salesperson, and half of those take the discussion to the next level.


Just what is the "next level?" I mean, I know what it means when a woman says it to me, but in this context I must confess I'm at a loss -- and a little weirded out.

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