As of now I will not post any more messages to this list other than
List Member Biographies for the next 7 days according to the proposal
made earlier (which is repeated below).
Enjoy the break and see some of you in Malibu.
As suggested by Doug Hayword and endorsed by others, we're going to
set the first seven days in August to be the "biography" week. If you
are a regular poster to the group (or even just a lurker) and you are
willing please post a brief bio sketch, giving your
vocation/educational background/scientific interests/age/how long
you've been a Christian (if you are one)/church-denominational
affiliation (if you have one)/theological training-background/the
reasons you are interested in the ASA and the list/web links to
personal or professional home pages and anything else you want to
In the interest of brevity, I suggest that you use the form
And then if there is something you want to share that doesn't nicely
fit into that form, write in whatever form you like.
Of course, none of this is obligatory--feel free to add or subtract
from the list above. Keep in mind that the list is archived on the
web--so anything you send us will be on the web and indexed by search
engines! Be as circumspect as you feel to be necessary on such a
The first seven days in August corresponds to the the ASA meeting at
Pepperdine so it will be good to take a break from our discussion. I
will only post the bios and reports from the meeting during that
time. We're currently getting 30-40 posts per day. Since we only have
about 150 subscribers this should cut the volume down significantly
during that time.
Please send your info in with the subject line:
BIO: your name
If you send in a report from the meeting please use the subject line:
No other posts will be accepted during this time--and let's keep
comments and questions about BIOs off-line--send them to the
-- _________________ Terry M. Gray, Ph.D., Computer Support Scientist Chemistry Department, Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado 80523 email@example.com http://www.chm.colostate.edu/~grayt/ phone: 970-491-7003 fax: 970-491-1801
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