Slope of Hope Blog Posts
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My beloved son was going to take his girlfriend out on Valentine’s Day for dinner. Since he’s new to this, I warned him that restaurants tend to rip people off on Valentine’s Day, since, well……………they can. He took her out to a nice place that recommended, and between the two of them, his bill was about $412. (I will note that they are not drinking age, so it wasn’t because of wine or cocktails). He didn’t ask me to do so, but I was very puzzled at the high figure, so I got in touch with the restaurant to get the invoice. The first portion of it was – – how shall we say this? – – not particularly informative.(more…)
Here’s a disaster du jour. I went to their website, since their company name (WalkMe) doesn’t exactly suggest what they do, and this is their mission statement, front and center on their website: “Drive strategic business goals with WalkMe’s Digital Adoption Platform and realize the full value of your technology investment.”