tampered by the knowledge

William Salmon william.salmon at YALE.EDU
Sat Jul 21 18:09:35 UTC 2007

Quoting "Arnold M. Zwicky" <zwicky at CSLI.STANFORD.EDU>:

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> Poster:       "Arnold M. Zwicky" <zwicky at CSLI.STANFORD.EDU>
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> On Jul 21, 2007, at 8:34 AM, Michael Covarrubias wrote:
>> Quoting "Arnold M. Zwicky" <zwicky at CSLI.STANFORD.EDU>:
>>> Let me tell you how. With what I've experienced as a Search Quality
>>> Analyst, Google, the best way to become an analyst is not to get
>>> tampered by the knowledge that might be passed in totality to you
>>> from some senior analyst.
>>> http://researchatmdi.blogspot.com/2007/07/first-sophisticated-
>>> seminar.html
>> Could the writer possibly be meaning "hampered" and "tethered"?
> "hampered" is a really good suggestion.
> arnold

A little less likely, but could be the verb 'to tamp' is contributing,


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