Shortly after Information Letter 14 (see page [Ref]) appeared, Autodesk management created an electronic mail alias to which any employee could subscribe, intended for discussion of issues related to Autodesk strategy. It started out as a lively, enlightening, and useful forum for discussing a wide variety of issues. Over the months it degenerated into a meeting place for prominent airheads who posted messages of the genre, “We need day-care, better health coverage, a company cafeteria, matching contributions to the retirement plan, three month company-paid maternity and paternity leave, larger quarterly profit sharing, and higher regular salary!” I stopped reading “agenda” in August 1991 and it was abolished some time afterward.