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CCR Symposium: A Behavioral Argument for Stronger Protections

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  1. Kathy Sierra says:

    Until I read your post, I had never considered the effect that “extreme anchoring” can have in situations like mine.

    I do know that “get over it/grow a thicker skin” (or the more common, “grow a pair”) doesn’t work. That is, unless the goal is to get the “target” to stay offline. Unfortunately, that does seem to be the goal of those who say, “can’t-take-the-heat-stay-off-the-’net”, and it’s working.

    At the time of those events, my blog was in the Technorati Top 100. I have not blogged there–or anywhere–since.

    To this day, I still don’t have the one thing I wanted most: an answer.

    Thank-you.

  2. Kathy Sierra says:

    Until I read your post, I had never considered the effect that “extreme anchoring” can have in situations like mine.

    I do know that “get over it/grow a thicker skin” (or the more common, “grow a pair”) doesn’t work. That is, unless the goal is to get the “target” to stay offline. Unfortunately, that does seem to be the goal of those who say, “can’t-take-the-heat-stay-off-the-’net”, and it’s working.

    At the time of those events, my blog was in the Technorati Top 100. I have not blogged there–or anywhere–since.

    To this day, I still don’t have the one thing I wanted most: an answer.

    Thank-you.