Re: Humming can be superior to "show of hands"
John Stracke <email@example.com> Thu, 15 July 1999 11:20 UTC
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Subject: Re: Humming can be superior to "show of hands"
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Lloyd Wood wrote: > Since the rows are weighted so that people who have read drafts > and are therefore able to express intelligent opinions are supposed to > be in the two front rows, does this mean that raised hands or murmurs > in the front rows count more than those further back? Well, in the case of murmurs, the answer is probably yes, since the person who's gathering the data can hear them better. :-) -- /=============================================================\ |John Stracke | My opinions are my own | S/MIME & HTML OK | |firstname.lastname@example.org|============================================| |Chief Scientist | NT's lack of reliability is only surpassed | |eCal Corp. | by its lack of scalability. -- John Kirch | \=============================================================/