Brokeback Mountain was included in Close Range, which still does have a ranking.Red said:How about the short story collection it originally came out in? I'll try and research and see. Mainly because I wonder if they are doing it manually, in which case this collection should be classified the same, or if somehow it is a computer algorithm.
Before they called it a gitch, they were calling it a policy. The email sent to Mark Probst:LaraAmber said:Well it may be a very targeted glitch, but glitch can also mean "parting shot from employee on his/her way out the door" or "employee with personal agenda (who is now on his/her way out the door)". If a peeved/crusading programmer decided to set up his/her own rules for the program it might takes months for the results to be seen and ferreted out. It seems a bit haphazard to be a new policy. With computers auto-generating letters and CSR's reading scripts to answer questions it wouldn't actually take that much to make it look like "official" Amazon policy for a few weeks.
I hope so. I don't think she really did anything wrong. If it became a cat that was not supposed to be let out of the bag, it wasn't that when she sent the email. She couldn't have seen the storm clouds in the distance on this one. I mean, there isn't any evidence that she shouldn't have typed it at that point. In fact, there was no other explanation she could have offered at that point.Leslie said:I wonder if Ashlyn still has a job this morning?
I posted it, but it probably go lost in the shuffle.Leslie said:Please keep posting the links, Michelle. I'm trying hard to stay on top of this.
Did anyone post the link to the online petition?