RE: old school - A serious Question

Subject: RE: old school - A serious Question
From: "Lauren" <lauren -at- writeco -dot- net>
To: "'Hemstreet, Deborah'" <DHemstreet -at- kaydon -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 20 May 2008 12:58:23 -0700

I don't see any issues with this plan.

These emails are archived on techwr-l.com, so they are kinda out there
already. I like the idea of having the comments distilled down into a list.
Perhaps you can put together the anecdotes with proper credits and post it
to the list. The info has already been posted, so you won't get in any
copyright trouble for quoting the list back to the list. Anybody who
doesn't want their comment and name re-circulated outside of the list can
let you know privately and you can change the compilation, then you will
have a draft that can be shared.

Old School discussions have come up before. Perhaps you can check the
archives for some of the other discussions to get more anecdotes.

Lauren

> From: Hemstreet, Deborah

> I would like to save these comments, and compile them into an
> article to
> submit to Techwrl website...
>
> This would be a compilation of all the Old School comments -
> serious and
> funny.
>
> So now, here is my question - would anyone be offended if I do this?
>
> Do you want me to use your names or strip identifying information?
>
> If you think I should NOT do this let me know... I have not
> tried to do
> something like this before - but truthfully - some of the stuff we are
> sharing here about our history may seem off topic - but it's the
> foundation of where we are today....
>
> So please let me know... You can respond off-list - and if I have
> over-stepped my bounds, I will gracefully back out and apologize.
>
> Thanks in advance for your honest thoughts,
>
> Deborah
>

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RE: old school - A serious Question: From: Hemstreet, Deborah

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