Talk:Unspoken rule

Latest comment: 11 years ago by LisaNotsimpson
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I’ve been working on a biographic entry about Peter Scott-Morgan who is notable for his widely applied concepts relating to ‘unwritten rules’, so I’ve made this bridge between the two entries and added a number of citations around the topic of Unwritten Rules (there were very few in the original article). For the record, I’ve found that there’s a wealth of extra material available (which I haven’t used) about how the Unwritten Rules methodologies in fact work, including academic papers, details from the cached copy of an original Flash-enabled Unwritten Rules tutorial (on http://www.unwritten-rules.com), and the PDF of a booklet about ‘cryptonomics’ – which is an academic name for the same thing ( on http://www.healthcareworkforce.nhs.uk/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=407&Itemid=697 ). But I didn’t want to swamp this entry (or the biographical entry), so I’ve left them all out.LisaNotsimpson (talk) 12:39, 25 May 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]