Norman Nie was nothing if not candid as to the reasons why I was chosen to speak to you this evening. He said, "We want somebody who doesn't know a bit from a bite, but who has had a lot of experience with SCSS." I qualify on both counts. Biting is something you do to a bullet, and bit is what's left over in the paycheck after the government takes its taxes away. As for the use of SCSS I've done most of a book relying solely on my portable T1 terminal and, with some risk of having a giant skyhook come down and removing me from the scene tonight, I think I can say I have analyzed more data with it than Norman has .
Greeley, Andrew M.
"Conversational Data Analysis as an Altered State of Consciousness,"
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