Wednesday, March 25, 2009

How The US Airforce Responds To Blogs



And if that doesn't work, bomb them.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

God charts get me horney!

Ria said...

I might take their chart more seriously if it wasn't littered with misspelling. It's 'nature' not 'natue' and I think even you know, Mr US Airforce Blog Rules Enforcer, that 'consideratons' isn't really a word because you failed to include the final and crucial 'i'.

Anonymous said...

What the hell are "God Charts"?

Anonymous said...

To be fair it's not a bad set of responses. If they were a commercial organisation they'd be out there blogging themselves rather than just responding to others, but i suppose it's hard to give the inside track on the US Air Force without committing espionage.

Anyway, what would be the USAF equivalent of disgruntled Bucks College students? Lots of anonymous postings about whether Goose and Maverick were better than Kim and Tony?

Richard said...

People in organisations where convergent solutions are the norm (non-creative) love flow charts as they fix the rules in a simple graphical way. That is most people/organisations that provide critical services (by critical I mean where a divergent and creative answer will not close out the problem) - utilities, medical, technical, educational, transport and on and on and on

Jam said...

Simon, I have followed the flow chart and decided to Let This Blog Post Stand.

Good day to you.

Anonymous said...

Is this the boringest ever Scamp thread?

john w. said...

Emerging Technology Division?
Would that be the postroom?

Anonymous said...

I wonder if they'll do something similarly rigorous for tweets? Bet they can't do it in 140 characters.

Anonymous said...

That all sounds pretty sensible to me, actually.

Anonymous said...

I love it when people spell the most simple words wrong.

Anonymous said...

Fuck me this industry's got dull