RE: [Histonet] End Goodbye comments
|From:||Mary L Giebel/FS/VCU |
I thought that Joe was banned from writing to t= he histonet while he
was still employed with his current company. That was = the reason for
the "Goodbye" message. I feel sure Joe would be taking an ac= tive
part in the discussions if he could...and still eat, sleep under a
roo= f, etc.
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To: Barry.R.Rittman@uth= .tmc.edu, firstname.lastname@example.org
From: "Kallye Walther"
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Date: 10/24/2006 05:09PM
Subject: RE: [Histonet] End Goodbye com= ments
Well said Barry. For two days now I have seen a lot of em= ails on
topic. What I haven't seen
is any more respon= ses from Joe. I guess Joe has resovled the issue.
would = be nice if the rest of us could do the same. Here's my
thought, ( had to get it there ), The histonet was created for histology relate= d
by allowing vendors to comment does benefit us. If a pa= rticular
ABUSED this priviledge, then that is a matter for Li= nda M. and
not allowing vendors to comment there WILL B= E ISSUES that will be
am NOT a vendor, but I deal with = them daily as I am sure all of us
Passwords are redundant, &n= bsp;not just anyone visits Histonet, only
related personel. &n= bsp;The Histonet is a very valuable TOOL for
does a= llow all of us to ask questions about issues that we obviously
adv= ice on. It allows all of us to benefit from the experience of
Of all the histology people subscribing on the Histonet, = pooled
experience is probably hundreds of years. There is al= ways something
there. Without the freedom of uncensored s= peech, would this
be here??? Isn;t that part of the = reason we left that little island
England ) a feww hundred years ago?= Histonet allows all of us to
Now I don't believe it shou= ld be used as a personal attack on anyone
vendor, but I s= ure as
H--- don't think it should be turned into a political forum for t= ech
vendor either. This particular
vendor should not have = gone to Joe's boss, and in return Joe's boss,
not have repremand= ed
him either. Why? other than the fact it is just wrong, &n= bsp;how
kick back law???
meaning, if Joe's boss = would not stand behind Joe, and took sides
vendor, the= officiating powers that be that regulate kick backs,
certain= ly ask a few questions as to why???? This might be a bit of
str= etch here...... but so far, so has the rest of this particular
t is easy to
see the outrage, as a fellow tech and su= pervisor, I AM
since we histotechs stick t= ogether and will support each other,
possible to think that th= ere are 2 sides to every story, as well as
being painted in on= e's own color??? We all know Joe to be level
distribu= te honest and sincere advise, so naturally we are all
outraged. = ;
And while the rest of us are
screaming foul.... Joe is certai= nly appreciating the support,
would appear that this i= ssue has been resolved with him,....... not
Just = one tech's opinion. Thank you all for the comments,
and advice on this matter.
Again this is what the Histonet WAS = created for. Right Linda M?????
>From: "Rittman, Barry = R"
>Subject: [Histonet] End Goodbye comments
>Dat= e: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 14:22:18 -0500
>There will never be an id= eal solution, lets all use a little common
>sense and tolerance for b= oth vendors and customers and look at each
>situation individually as= one size solution does not fit all.
>Sometimes both vendors = and customers are hoist by their own petard.
>= ;It appears to me that it is now time for us to start discussing
>his= tology topics again.
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