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A vigilant reader forwarded us an inquiry spotted today on ProfNet, the blast-email service that helps reporters find overeager sources:

WORKPLACE: Ending Awkwardness at Work - New York Times (US)
Time for another 'Career Couch' column. This one is about ending the awkwardness between you and your boss. The scenario: You're in the second month of a new job, and any conversation you have with your boss is still very uncomfortable for both parties. How do you break the ice and lighten the relationship without seeming contrived? I'm looking for expert advice and personal anecdotes.

And we can't help think: Get over it already, Keller. We all know Sulzberger dissed you for Raines at first. But you won in the long run. So just deal.

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