New Hampshire Public Employee Gaia managed to read, consume, and then comment at the Concord Monitor’s web site some 1200 times in just three years, more often than not during office hours. (Just to clarify this last point, a super majority of time during office hours.)
We could guess that they were doing it during one of their “breaks.” We know that DES has a very forgiving break policy so perhaps the whole of the bureaucracy is as forgiving? But then why did Gaia stop commenting all together after we announced our investigation into who they are?
(For those unfamilair, Gaiais the handle of the second State Employee we found spending their work day online, commenting at the Concord Monitor. The first was SEIU Chapter VP, and DES employee Dick de Seve. Ed Naile, myself, and Skip Murphy are in the midst of a series of RTK's to discover the depth and width of his abuse and internet abuse in general among public employees.)
As to who Gaia is, we are narrowing down the search, and we’ll let you know when we’ve got that figured out. (We are very close.) In the mean time, here are the links to the Scribd posting of both PDF’s which include all 1200 Gaia comments at the Concord Monitor. Links to browser versions will be available at GraniteGrok, in the next day or so.
Please feel free to crowd source this. We have also posted the comment stream of Dick de Seve, which is available in its entirty over at the Grok.
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