Re: [Histonet] I have a funny
Thanks for stating this so well, Terre. My work includes tech support our
company and it's extremely useful to me to know when one of our items is
working well or if it's difficult to use. Most customers simply don't take
the time to provide any feedback but it's important for the financial
health of each company to provide the highest quality products and to fix
The bottom line is that we're all in this business together- whether you're
the person in the lab providing the services your hospital and/or doctor
need, or if you're associated with a company that provides supplies,
equipment, etc. We rely on one another; everyone benefits from the truth.
>I agree. As we are all aware, this site is monitored by
>vendors/salespeople, and what better reason for them to monitor such
>than being able to get feedback from working histotechs about the
>products they represent. This does not necessarily mean that the "net"
>would be used to 'intimidate', but since we're aware that these reps are
>privy to discussions of goods and services, good and bad, between
>histotechs, why not let them know the truth? Peace, Terre
> >>> "Lucy Brooks" 9/1/2004 10:23:11 AM >>>
>I personally hope the histonet isn't used to "intimidate companies" ,
>do feel that if you have a problem and the company who you have that
>with doesn't deal with it in a reasonable amount of time, it is nice to
>other people out their of what they can expect when dealing with these
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Sarah Jones"
>To: ; ;
>Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 6:56 PM
>Subject: Re: [Histonet] I have a funny
> > Ah, this begs an ethical question.... should the histonet be used as
> > threat to intimidate companies?
> > Is this an Us against Them mentality?
> > Discuss amongst yourselves. (a little "Coffee Talk" humor there
> > you Saturday Night Live fans)
> > Oye Vey..................... Sarah
> > Sarah Jones, HT(ASCP)
> > Histology Lab
> > Dept. of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences
> > College of Veterinary Medicine
> > Texas A&M University
> > College Station, TX 77843-4458
> > phone: 979-845-3177
> > fax: 979-458-3499
> > >>> "Lucy Brooks" 8/31/2004 6:10:52 PM >>>
> > Joe!!
> > Speak your mind!!!
> > The Histonet is a powerful thing!!
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Joe Nocito"
> > To: "Histonet"
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 4:01 PM
> > Subject: [Histonet] I have a funny
> > > Hello all,
> > > for once, I have, what I think is funny, is a short story. A
> > of
> > > months ago, I purchased a piece of equipment from a vendor (who
> > remain
> > > anonymous, at this time at least). I was told it was 6 weeks for
> > delivery.
> > > It's been over 8 weeks. I called the rep and left a voice mail
> > when
> > I
> > > can expect my equipment. S/he called me right back. I asked when I
> > can
> > > expect the equipment. Then I said "Don't make me go on the
> > Histonet".
> > > My techs started laughing and I couldn't keep a straight face. The
> > rep was
> > > all apologetic and promised me I'll have my equipment in 2 weeks.
> > Gee, I
> > > didn't think I was getting that bad. Maybe I should settle down a
> > little
> > > bit.
> > >
> > > Joe Nocito, BS, HT(ASCP) QIHC
> > > Histology Manager
> > > Pathology Reference Lab
> > > San Antonio, TX
> > >
> > >
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