|From:||"Patsy Ruegg" |
I appreciate all your work and encourage you to submit your work for publication in the Journal of Histotechnology, I will see that you are offered all the assistance you may need.
Assistant Editor, JOH
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of George Cole
Sent: Friday, December 19, 2003 11:33 AM
Subject: [Histonet] Negative response from the Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology
you have noticed my offer of muscle and nerve packets offered AT NO CHARGE to
all interested histotechs. It has been showing up on the Histonet since
July Well, I was hoping to add similar
offers to neuropathologists by way of the Journal of Neuropathology and
Experimental Neurology. I got a most
negative response from the Editor in Chief of that journal, Michael Noel Hart, who, apparently without
reading the letter I sent or the packet material, said “I think you just want
free advertisement for your product” I
hit the ceiling and wrote a reply from there, but I haven’t come in for a
landing yet. Histotechs, you have given
a warm reception to those
packets---I’ve sent you 87 packets so far to 33 states and 14 countries outside
became addicted to the greater effort to search those tissues----I actually
spent 2.5 years worth of unpaid overtime at
Anyway, if there is one or more neuropathologists involved in deciding what methods to use in your muscle and nerve lab, I will be very happy to send any packets needed for them to see.
Incidently, a product of my green, green computer skills----when I made the first video DVD, I figured, as it would hold 80 minutes of sound, it might hold 40 minutes of sight AND sound> A sure enough., there was just a little clear band at the center of the CD, showing, I thought, that what I put on it just barely fit. So there I went sending all of you three DVD’s to contain the video material. Well, somehow, I fouled up, recently, making a set of DVD’;s to send and the whole video landed on ONE CD! I looked at it, and the circle in the center of the CD was about 2/3’s if the way to the edge. The circle I had seen in the center of the CD was the RECORDED area. Now that just leaves leventy seven billion things I don‘t know about computers! So, if any of you have tromped upon any of the CD’s I sent you with your spiky boots, I will send you one CD with the whole shebang on one CD. I know that pure thought transfer may be coming up, replacing keyboards and common computers ---but I don’t really think I’ll get one----I don’t want anybody reading that stuff!! .