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11 October 2001 @ 09:23 pm
Oh and can someone explain this to me :/ We have journal club meetings at work once every other week - each time one or two people are supposed to stand up and tell everyone about a paper they've read recently that's interesting and/or exciting. There is such total apathy about this that not even very many faculty will volunteer. So it's decided to make it compulsory, they'll sort out a rota. Why??? Clearly we don't care, so scrap it, surely.
Current Mood: confusedconfused
Current Music: PInk Floyd "Is There Anybody Out There?"
Ceci n'est pas une viemarble on October 11th, 2001 02:13 pm (UTC)
Someone whose job it is to make decisions like this has decided it's a good idea. So it will be a good idea, dammit, despite the evidence, cos otherwise they would not be doing their job well...
Margaretpling on October 11th, 2001 02:28 pm (UTC)
I suspect you're right :/
Phlebasphlebas on October 12th, 2001 02:28 am (UTC)
That or the assumption is that people are being unwilling to volunteer rather than apathetic about the whole idea.