(Fwd) Re: Histonet replies - Permission needed to publish?

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From:"Tony Henwood" <henwood@mail.one.net.au> (by way of histonet)
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To:            "Tim Morken" <timcdc@hotmail.com>
Subject:       Re: Histonet replies - Permission needed to publish?
Date:          Sat, 29 Jan 2000 17:01:43

Dear Tim,
> What is your opinion of having your replies to the Histonet reprinted in a
> histology newsletter with attribution? Is permission needed to do so?
I am very interested in what people have to say, especially since I
have summarised several topics on the link below.

My approach has been:
"Following the postings on Histonet for some time, I am continually
amazed at the wealth of information and experience that regularly
blossoms on this listserver. I have saved many of the emails in
subject folders for future reference. Perusing this valuable resource,
I decided to summarise some of the topics, convert them to HTML code
and upload onto the web.

Referencing was an interesting exercise and I decided the best was to
use email addresses and the posted date. Granted, the information is
not refereed and often relies on our memory at the time of posting,
still I believe that the information is still useful and promotes

In advance I would like to thank my fellow histonetters for sharing
their invaluable thoughts on HISTONET and hope I do not offend. "

Regards, Tony.
Tony Henwood
Senior Scientist
Anatomical Pathology
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital


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