I’m a Dot: Final Draft
“I was first introduced to “I’m a dot” on a Friday afternoon back when we still worked in shared indoor spaces. As my colleague, a retired Air Force officer, walked toward the exit, golden late afternoon sunlight slanting down the hallway through the glass door, he waved over his shoulder and called back, ‘I’m a dot!’” Dr. Angelle Khachadoorian said. “I had no assumptions at all what “I’m a dot” meant.”
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