[ RadSafe ] Brief note
terryj at iit.edu
Mon Aug 18 14:28:28 CDT 2014
Thanks, we are trying to come up with a reasonable solution.
On Aug 18, 2014, at 2:21 PM, CFRBUG <cfrbug at gmail.com> wrote:
> Maury pretty much sums up my sentiments. I changed jobs last year (one year
> ago tomorrow, as it happens) and don't deal with Radioactive materials
> nearly as much as I used to. However, I stay interested in the topic, and
> who know what future jobs might be out there?
> Anyway, several "Lists" I am members of have gradually gone mostly silent,
> and when active, turned into snarkfests or argument clinics. RADSAFE has
> been more immune to that trend. Using g-mail, I have noticed a lot more
> RADSAFE posts going to the Spam folder, though.
> I am not sure a Linked-In or other Social Network is the solution - I am
> old enough to have resisted those to this point. It's kind of sad, the
> Internet has "matured" enough to attract civil litigation, and that may do
> as much or more to suppress speech as anything a government or ISP would
> Bruce Bugg
> cfrbug at gmail.com
> (404)507-2237 [(404)507-2CFR]
> On Mon, Aug 18, 2014 at 3:24 AM, Maury <maurysis at peoplepc.com> wrote:
>> Hi Jeff,
>> Just want to say thank you (and to previous list hosts) for your years of
>> work to sustain the radiation safety List. I'm a retired scientist but not
>> an HP, thus only a peripheral participant. Even so I've consistently
>> followed all message traffic and have learned from them over the years.
>> I hope the List will live on, but can appreciate the effort required to
>> keep it alive. In any case, my sincere thanks for what you have been doing.
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