Google Engineer Steve Yegge: ‘Amazingly, Nothing Bad Happened to me'

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Google engineer Steve Yegge, who accidentally posted last week that the Google Plus platform was a knee-jerk reaction and a pathetic after thought posted again on Friday to let the world know that he is still employed at the company. Amazingly, nothing bad happened to me at Google, Yegge wrote on his Google+ account. Everyone just laughed at me a lot, all the way up to the top, for having committed what must be the great-granddaddy of all Reply-All screwups in tech hi...
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