Re: Conference slides/notes

Subject: Re: Conference slides/notes
From: "R2 Innovations" <R2innovations -at- myna -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 22:06:35 +0000


KMcLauchlan -at- chrysalis-its -dot- com recently wrote:

<snip>
> At some of the STC Conference presentations, I dropped
> my business card into the heap on the table, indicating
> that I wanted to receive the presenter's mailings, notes
> or copies of their slides.
>
> So far, ONLY the Rockley group has fulfilled. (Thanks... :-)
>
> If any of the other presenters are listening, you might
> care to get off your duffs. <grin>
<snip>

Kevin, many of us have/will be putting our material up on the STC
Confernece website so that everyone can have access to the material.
The Quality SIG and myself are both putting up our presentations,
however, we've experienced a wee technical glitch that has set us
back a bit. Have you checked there to see if the material you're
looking for are on that site?

<snip>
> I think it took me longer to open everything than it
> took them to respond to my query. That's service!
> Some harried staffer, somewhere deserves some serious
> back-patting.

> Hmm, I wonder if it was Virginia's forests that got
> further denuded by that delivery, or somebody else's
> woodlot that took a beating to make all that cardboard?
<snip>

When you conside you our postal authorities can
mangle/mutilate/destroy a normal letter, I think the office took
great pains to ensure you got the material safely. Maybe it's
because I live in Canada and both yours _and_ my postal workers get a
change to beat the crap out of packages, but most stuff arriving from
the US arrives in pretty dismal condition.

Ralph E. Robinson
R2 Innovations, Specialists in ISO 9000 Documentation

Author of "Documenting ISO 9000: Guidelines for Compliant
Documentation", an APEX '98 Award of Excellence publication.
Email: r2innovations -at- myna -dot- com
Web: http://www.myna.com/~r2innovn/main.htm




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