[Everyone] Fire drill -- correction again

Mon Mar 9 16:13:54 GMT 2009

I think James makes an excellent point about the importance of clarity  
in communication in this email.

But it's not just with fires that we need to be clear.

That's why I'm hosting this week's learning lunch; "Away Obfuscation".  
It'll be in Boleyn in the Tudor building. Wednesday at 12.

(I'm assuming the fire'll be out by then, but if it isn't we might  
need to move to one of the other buildings, I'll let you know.)



"Well if you told me you were drowning, I would not lend a hand"

On 9 Mar 2009, at 15:53, James wrote:

> No -- I'm sorry, I've made another mistake. It's very difficult to  
> hear with the banging on the office wall, and the shouting, and the  
> roaring sounds. The fire is not out. It is, apparently, and I wish  
> people would make these things clear before asking me to communicate  
> things to the rest of the company, out 'of control'.
> Also, I have been asked to dial 999. Does anyone know if that's 99  
> with 9 for an outside line, or 9 for an outside line, then three 9s?
> -- 
> James
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