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Re: technical questions [response] 64bowtie

Posted by Dinah on August 8, 2004, at 23:09:19

In reply to Re: technical questions [response], posted by 64bowtie on August 8, 2004, at 17:32:51

I thank you Rod.

And I'm just trying to help out a little. I know you didn't ask for my help. :) And I apologize if it's unwanted. But you've made a real effort to try to connect to people here, and have also asked for feedback in the past. I respect the efforts you have made. And I understand that it's important to you to be able to help others. Or at least that's how I read your posts. So I'm trying to throw out ideas, like asking someone if it's ok to be really direct before you do it, or using validation techniques in conjunction with your approach, or being open to the idea that not everyone responds to the same approach in the same way. I appreciate that you have accepted that the last idea is true, at least for me. I hope that some of my ideas are useful to you, and others may well not be. That's the way it goes when you throw out ideas. Some stick to the wall and some fall to the floor. And if you'd rather I not try to brainstorm with you, just let me know and I'll quit trying.

My husband is just a collector of interesting bits of information in lots of areas. His particular area of interest is language, but he also collects books on anything that catches his fancy, including how the brain works. The sort of book that is sold to the public, not scholarly tomes. But I think I remember seeing some books on the brain in his collection. It's hard to remember, because while I usually sort my books by topic, he usually sorts his by when he purchased them. (In other words, he just sticks them on the shelves as he gets them. :) ) I didn't mean to imply that he had any particular interest in the subject other than that of a voracious consumer of information.

 

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