Thursday, June 25, 2009

Complete transparency

Yesterday, President Loftin repeated one of Chancellor McKinney's promises:
The charge to the team leaders is to reduce administrative expenses by at least $20 million by increasing efficiency without sacrificing quality. This will be a completely transparent process.
This website explains the importance of transparency:
The invisibility cloak is the perfect device for moving around undetected. As Harry often has the need to break rules, he needs a device such as this and an invisibility cloak seems like the perfect choice. Unlike the Disillusionment charm, which makes an object a near-perfect chameleon, the invisibility cloak makes the object transparent, and can only be pierced by magical – or possibly cat – eyes
We're also making great progress on Disillusionment here at Texas A&M.

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