Re: Us - An opinion

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From:Alex Brown <AlexB@nayrshire.scot.nhs.uk>
To:"'Histonet'" <Histonet@Pathology.swmed.edu>
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Date:Fri, 28 May 1999 18:20:00 +0100
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      Whew!!  Too deep for me.  If I ever feel the need for an analyst
can I call you up Linda  :)
	Well said, and I completely agree.
		Alex Brown
		Kilmarnock, Scotland.
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From: Linda E Durbin
To: Barry Rittman; histonet@Pathology.swmed.edu
Subject: Re: Us - An opinion
Date: 28 May 1999 16:13

It seems to me that one of the things that makes the Histonet work is
the
camaraderie that has developed over the years.  While the primary
purpose of
this server is to create an open forum to for the exchange of
information
about "Histology" we all bring our personalities to those exchanges -
even
if we never ask a question or write a reply.  And if the exchanges don't
always have to do with "histological topics" is what we have to say any
less
valuable to the others on the Histonet?

It seems to me that the "human" exchanges are part of what creates the
environment of sharing.  All too often the "professional" persona can
kick
in and we become protective of what we know because it makes us special.
The willingness to share is thwarted by our need to be perceived as
"experts" or our fear of being perceived as wrong.  By sharing laughs
and
embarassments and human moments from time to time we help perpetuate the
sharing environment that this server thrives on.  So instead of asking
people not to respond, not to share what they know or feel and to always
be
"professional"  - lighten up and use the delete button.

Just my opinion.

Linda

Linda E. Durbin
EXAKT Technologies, Inc.
7416 N. Broadway Ext., Ste. E
Oklahoma City, OK  73116
Phone:  800.866.7172
Fax:  405.848.7701




 -----Original Message-----
From: Barry Rittman <brittman@mail.db.uth.tmc.edu>
To: histonet@Pathology.swmed.edu <histonet@Pathology.swmed.edu>
Date: Friday, May 28, 1999 8:59 AM
Subject: Re: Us


>Enough already!!
>                                I do not want to appear to be prudish,
but
>the histonet is supposed to be for the exchange of  histology and
related
>ideas.  I keep having to delete messages condeming or praising  the
"US"
>letter. I wish him and her and whoever, luck in their relationships but
I
>personally do not want to hear anymore about it.
>If you feel strongly one way or another about such letters  then please
>respond directly to the originator and stop clogging the histonet
service.
>Love and peace to y'all.
>Barry
>
>
>Sharkiemom@aol.com wrote:
>
>> Best button idea ever! Will this button series be Don Hammer's swan
song?
>
>
>




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