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ways to get attention
- To: <Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com>
- Subject: ways to get attention
- From: J & D Olberding <jdolb1 at attbi_com>
- Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 14:58:14 -0800
- In-Reply-To: <200202222048.g1MKm1Q23633 at actwin_com>
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Truth is life probably isn't fair. ;->
I too have had questions unanswered.
I think that sometimes we think that somebody else will answer it and in the
end no one does and it gets forgotten.
If the questions are still important to you, ask again, stating that first
time went unanswered.
I found that I get the best answers to my questions if I work hard to make
them well formulated, concise but with enough detail/perimeters for people
to work with.
Ask again. I will take a stab at them. :-)
> Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 14:13:14 -0600
> From: "Matt Wassenhove" <Wass29 at qconline_com>
> Subject: ways to get attention
> I guess John chen had the best way of getting some attention (BITCHIN). I
> have posted like three or four questions on here this month and I don't
> think I've gotten one response so far. I am not going to re-ask them but I
> guess this the only to get some help. I am trying to be an active
> participant and respond to other peoples questions so I guess I don't see
> the fairness in it. Anyway I just wanted to voice my opinion one the fact
> that if we are all supposed to learn from each other we need to try and
> answer each other. I am not expecting people like Tom Barr to answer all of
> my questions but just an everyday Joe somebody's opinion is what I was
> hoping for. Oh well gotta run water bucket needs refilled...
> Matt W.