Okay -- I thought I was done.
Nov. 16th, 2010 @ 09:01 am
She's failing to realize that the whole mess is not what you said, or what the big meanies on the internet did, but 100% entirely how she handled it.
If she had made a professional forthright apology, "I'm sorry, it will never happen again, how can we rectify this?" and then STOPPED. Stopped right there - no more posting, no trying to justify, no excuses, no blaming others, no more... then I truly think this would have blown over.
the circus that resulted was not you - it was her response. She fails to get that, every time.
And what's worse is that there are some idiots (TechCrunch, I'm looking at you, ya jabronies) who imply that yes Judith Griggs may have, well, GRIGGSed herself, but a degree of empathy is warranted for someone in her position.
Nope. Not one bit. Not one shred of sympathy, empathy, or help until she pays for her copyright violations and is genuinely sorry for what she's done. At that point it would be incumbent upon us as decent people to help her if we can.
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