Re: NANFA-L-- A New Tradition: Signatures!

Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- A New Tradition: Signatures!
Date: Wed Jul 21 2004 - 22:44:25 CDT

In a message dated 7/21/04 8:33:58 PM US Eastern Standard Time, writes:
>David L. McNeely, Ph.D.

Wow, it would be really great if everyone on the list had a personal
web site and posted the URL with every message they sent. You have
set the standard for us, Dave. I don't have a personal site myself,
though my name and even face appear on collecting trip accounts on
several sites. At this point, I'd be happy if folks were willing to
just include their name (and state?) with each message they sent.
Looks like we're off to a good start so far. It's great to know you
I agree with Mark that having a name and state is a good idea. (I've already
been doing that for years). I think it was Dave I supplied some Cottus
Bairdi to a few years ago for a DNA study. He probably knew to contact me based on
my signature block; he needed them in my watershed, as I recall. There was
another instance where I was able to do some quick research for someone else
looking for a particular article in an old, out of print book. Turned out it
was in our fine public library system.

As an amateur, watershed means little to me. Location I can figure out.
Lurkers may contact someone privately matters if they know the location of other
active members.

Chuck Church
Indianapolis, Indiana USA

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: Wed Sep 29 2004 - 12:21:33 CDT