Re:RE: "Patience is the better part of virtue!"

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From:"Klemme, Nancy" <>
To:"Kolman, Kim" <>, "'Linda Jenkins'" <>, "histonet" <>
Date:Fri, 23 Jul 1999 09:59:00 -0700
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Dear Fellow Histonetters:

In communication we have senders and we have receivers of information.
Unless we talk to ourselves, the sender and receiver are not the same person. 

A sender will say what she/he wishes to convey.
The receiver accepts the information in the receiver's understanding.  

Believe it or not, 80-something % of our communicative receiving understanding
is conveyed in the form of body language (gestures, smiles, eye movements,
and tonal fluctuations in speaking.  

When this communication is in written form, only a receiver who knows the
can visualize what the other 80% of the communiqu#233# is conveying.   Those of us
who do not know the sender will impose our own experiencial visions into the

My recommendation is for us to exercise about 80% less judgement and at least
20% more concentration on the academic material shared.

Signing off with best regards, a smile and a shrug of my shoulders.
:o)  Nancy  

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Subject:    RE: "Patience is the better part of virtue!"
Author: ,"Kolman, Kim" <>
Date:       7/23/99 5:49 AM

From: Kolman, Kim
Date: Fri, Jul 23, 1999 5:49 AM
Subject: RE: "Patience is the better part of virtue!"
To: 'Linda Jenkins'; histonet

        Sorry, but I don't think there's any excuse for being rude.
          Ever heard of "Do unto others......"?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Linda Jenkins []
> Sent: Thursday, July 22, 1999 3:42 PM
> To:
> Subject:      "Patience is the better part of virtue!"
> Dear Lillith,
>       The one thing I've noticed about really smart people is they always
> ask lots of questions.  I have the joy of training many M.S. and Ph.D.
> students in the fine art of hard and soft histologic techniques.  They ask
> tons of questions.  And some days(not many) they drive me crazy:-)  We all
> have "testy" days.  In fact, for some of us long-term HistoNet
> subscribers,
> may get a little more" testy" than some newbies.  There are some days that
> I think I will throw something at the computer if I see one more
> misspelling of the word unsubscribe.  But, I draw a deep breath, and think
> this is going to happen to me one day -  probably.
>       I have, personally, learned so much from the HistoNet and it's many
> contributors.  John, Gayle, Bob, Russ, Barry and many more have
> contributed
> exceptional amounts of knowledge to this 'net group.  We used to have the
> Samurai Pathologist as a wonderful, historical discusser.  Wonder where he
> went?
>       Anyhow, the point I wanted to make is, be patient and forgiving
> with us.  Sometimes, the knowledge gained is worth the attitude!
>               Inquiring minds ALWAYS want to know,
>               Linda
> *********************************
> Linda Jenkins, HT
> Clemson University
> Department of Bioengineering
> Clemson, SC
> **********************************

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