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Thursday I continued working with a vendor’s technical representative on a hardware problem that had been going on for more than six months. My users and I were a bit aggravated. The system worked, but not as it should. I tried to get the vendor to make some monetary concession as well as fix the problem. My job involved a significant amount of time dealing with vendors who may or may not provide the level of service What Is an OPL? 29 I expected and needed; this vendor was not the only one with which I had problems.

And Canada are OPLs. Why would anyone want to be an OPL? The three most commonly heard reasons are independence, variety, and personal satisfaction. OPLs enjoy the ability to “run their own show,” that is, set their own schedules and plan their own priorities with a minimum of supervision and interference. “Doing what I want to do, when I want to do it” has great appeal. OPLs make their own successes—and mistakes. They know exactly what’s going on and the level of quality going out to customers.

M. NOTE: This week was way back in 1996 and times have certainly changed. Now, most likely I would be able to find the articles full-text on the Web or would have the other libraries fax them to me. But even that is time-consuming and I would still send large orders to a document delivery service. Thursday I continued working with a vendor’s technical representative on a hardware problem that had been going on for more than six months. My users and I were a bit aggravated. The system worked, but not as it should.

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