[3dem] Replies to posts

Sharon G. Wolf emwolf at wisemail.weizmann.ac.il
Thu Feb 28 02:11:18 PST 2008

I agree with Hernando.  I learn a lot from the full discussion posts.  The current discussion on
recalcitrant viruses is an excellent example.
So far, the correspondence from this mailing list 
tend to be low-volume and high-quality, so its not
an annoyance. 
Sharon Grayer Wolf, PhD.
Electron Microscopy Unit
Weizmann Institute of Science
Rehovot 76100 Israel
email: Sharon.Wolf at weizmann.ac.il 
tel:  972-8-934-4421
fax: 972-8-934-4161

>>> On 27-Feb-08 at 10:56 PM, <hsosa at aecom.yu.edu> wrote:
Hi  Dennis,

I actually prefer, if possible, to be able to see the full discussion. 
It is easy to go through the emails or ignore them depending on the 
subject line (using a mail filter to send all the 3dem mails to a mail 
folder makes this quite easy).
To me the point of these mailing list groups  is to discuss  a question 
(and the given answers) with as many experts as possible. Very few 
people will take the time to make a summary at some point. 
I have found useful information that I was not even looking for by just 
browsing through the emails (e.g. recently a company selling grid boxes 
for cryo).

Best Regards


Dennis Thomas wrote:
> Dear All,
> Would you please reply to the person posting the question(s) and NOT 
> to the list.   If the questioner feels it is pertinent then it might 
> be useful to post a summary of responses later.  It is annoying to 
> wade through a series of repetitive responses to the same question.
> Thank you,
> Dennis

Hernando Sosa
Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1300 Morris Park Av.
Bronx NY 10461
phone(718) 430-3456
FAX(718) 430-8819
emailhsosa at aecom.yu.edu 

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