I moved from New York to join America Online just to learn I would be spending all my time retaining customers by giving free trial extensions to everyone who joined with a free AOL disc they picked-up from a Blockbuster cashier or random supermarket. The effect of call center hell is released into a personal journal which served as therapy and is now available to the public along with publishing of the years around the fateful events. Read the inside stories from 2004 inside a diary of someone who witnessed how a corporate giant came to a town like a "Normal Rockwell painting" and the personal story of one soldier in their army.The story follows the quest to find personal and professional harmony through relationships with a visiting son and elusive romance. The quest for a wife to have more children while time seems to run out is a challenging goal with no qualified prospects. Furthermore, career development takes a back seat to finding any job that can support an ambitious private life. Note, since this is a private journal from 2004, the content is written as a daily journal with the back story of AOL.Jack Salk has typed his journals from 1987 through 2015 and published them as individual books for preservation. However, the books have reached an audience and some names have been changed.
Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Professionals & Academics, Parenting & Families, Family Relationships
Size: 152 pages
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