Readers debate the brusque management style of software billionaire Frank Slootman, Snowflake’s CEO.
For homebound students, dishonest schoolwork during the pandemic has gotten much easier. One big reason is Chegg, a company minting money by answering test (er, homework . . . cough, cough) questions on demand. A market need being filled, or sign of academic apocalypse? Readers raised their hands to weigh in.
“Gotta love technology that contributes to the degradation of society for
the gain of profit.”
“This is total BS. Soon they’re going to call out Google for kids looking up answers
“It isn’t that serious. Anything
truly comprehensive still [requires that you] do
“Colleges cheat students every day. They’re still getting
that tuition money, right?”
“You can cheat on a test, but you can’t cheat your way through life without
“The problem isn’t Chegg. The problem is that people want to cheat to get ahead.”