Saturday, June 21, 2014
It was in the Nineties. Fredrik, a Swede and former journalist, was walking to his job. For a couple of days he had been working as a web editor for a Swedish public website.
Something was rotten on the website. There was this ugly button on the front page. An ugly button with a strange word: “Intranet”. Fredrik didn’t know the meaning of the word, but he did know he hated that button. It made the clean, functional front page a mess. While walking, Fredrik’s mind was occupied with one thing: he had to get rid of that button.
Fredrik was not an anarchist. He was a Swede. Swedes follow rules and regulations. So he knocked on the door to his manager’s office, preparing himself for the battle for the button. ...
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