RE: Histology Network
If you are not looking for a job, then just push the delete key. I think
it is a great service.
Tammy" To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'"
ecare.org> "histonet@pathology. swmed. edu (E-mail)"
09/06/01 03:59 cc:
PM Subject: RE: Histology Network
O.K. Am I the only one who thinks histojobs has stepped over the line? I
feel posting three or four times a day is a bit excessive. Also, the
postings are not about specific jobs that are available, but are promoting
his product. Heather's postings are alright because they are much less
frequent and tell us all about specific job opportunities. Steve, we all
know your site exists. If we are interested we will put in on our favorite
list and visit it frequently. We can learn all about your special deals
promotion there. I feel this is clogging the histonet. Sorry to everyone
if I'm the only one who feels this way.
Tammy Barnhart, BS, HTL(ASCP)
Anatomic Pathology Manager
St. Alexius Medical Center
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 8:02 AM
Subject: Histology Network
LabSites would like to introduce the NEW Cytologyjobs and
Histologyjobs Network. This Network is a CONFIDENTIAL way for
candidates to be notified of new job postings on these sites.
This is a free service and we do not sell or distribute this
You can join the Network by simply clicking on the links below and
entering your email address in the Network section::
For Histologyjobs - http://histologyjobs.com/search.htm
For Cytologujobs - http://cytologyjobs.com/search_jobs.htm
We will then email you every time the site gets a new job posting.
Don't miss out as we become the main source for
"Meeting Histology and Cytology needs across the Nation."
VP of Operations
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