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I went for a horrible interview for a job, and realized that my personality just wasn't suited to working in business. Decided to do a PhD as a way into research/academia. Also, it helps that my other half is still studying and so is easier for both of us if we are at the same stage career wise.
Well...I tested the recall function in outloook using my hotmail account and it just sends another message saying that this has been recalled!?! I just ignored it in the end, and pretended it didn't happen. I have sent another email with the review attached. I suppose if he brings it up i can explain it away with some technical malfunction thing, but i doubt it will.
Thanks for all your stories guys, they have made me feel much better about it and at least it was only a link to the book on amazon after all!!
Ok- I recieved an email this morning from an author whose book I wrote a book review about. Which is really good- he wants me to email me a copy of the review, as he can't get hold of it.
Which got me thinking...if he hasn't got the book review how does he know my name, and more importantly my email address?
I then had a look on amazon, and discovered that my name is there under the review section of the synopsis. I was slightly amazed at my name being on amazon, and wanted to email the link to my boyfriend...but i mistakenly replied to the email that the author had sent to me with the link.
Ahhhhhhh!!! I am so embarressed!! What do i do?
A) Ignore it, pretend it never happened
B) Send an email saying please ignore previous email and some lame excuse!
The only thing I have to be thankful for is that it is just a link and i didn't write anything else in the email! Please help!!!!
I can't believe you posted this website....I am working on a paper with one of the creators of this website (a different department at my uni), on a paper looking at the frequencies of different surnames in districts. The dataset has 5.5 million observations!!
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