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Rebecca Ganetzky rganetzk at
Mon Nov 5 17:35:10 EST 2001

I have it, but I'll need A LOT of time to read it.  This CS/BioChem/PreMed
student is finding a significant lack of time in her life.
>Okay. I'm up for Hexwood, too, only I'll need a few days for the public
>system to get it to my branch. Other people may be in the same bind, needing
>some time to get a copy, so I'd suggest that we not start for a week or so.
>Should we read the whole thing and discuss it in its entirety, or do it in a
>few chunks over some span of time? That will make a difference in how soon we
>can start. (If anybody needs more time, please speak up!) I like the BD:
>protocol. What else do we need to know before we start? I was hoping that
>probing questions would come up in the course of discussion, as it seems they
>usually do on this list, but if somebody wants to give us a few starters,
>that's good, too. Are you volunteering, Robyn? :-)
>Jennifer Forsyth
>Robyn Starkey wrote:
>> I vote for Hexwood, what an excellent choice. Could I suggest that we adopt
>> a protocol common in other lists, which is to make sure that the subject
>> line of these messages clearly indicates book discussion ("BD:" is a simple
>> abbreviation) so that if people want to filter these messages they can.
>> Does someone want to volunteer to kick the discussion along by asking
>> probing questions? Sometimes this is not necessary, but it often helps to
>> get things going.
>> Robyn
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Rebecca D. Ganetzky
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