|Subject:||Re: [RFI] WSJ-BPL|
|From:||Mike Coslo <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Thu, 01 Apr 2004 22:34:01 -0500|
Jim Brown wrote:|
Jim, You are too sensitive.You know the wrong engineers for this sort of assignment. (or maybe the limitation is in your head).
I'm one of the "right" kind. I'm anI work with many engineers, translating their concepts and engineering into something that people in other fields or laymen can understand. They appreciate my work. They at least think the communications help is worth it
But more to the point, your attitutde and sterotypes are part of theOf course there are different people in this world, and nothing prevents an engineer from doing whatever he or she wants, and sometimes can be quite quite creative. As far as I am concerned, engineering in itself is a creative function.
But that doesn't change the fact that many Engineers are so very "into" their research that they can expound at length on it at a level that is fascinating to themselves ant their peers, yet is information overload for a lay person. I think it is part of the enthusiasm needed to BE an engineer.
STOP putting us in convenient pigeon holes to fit your small mind. We,You are taking insults where none are meant. (and dishing them out btw, re "limitations in my mind, and "small mind" surely aren't endearing terms) I've worked intimately with engineers for some 25 years now, enjoy their company, and they mine.
Sorry to have bothered you.
Apologies to the moderator, I felt I needed to answer the charges - this will be my last post on the subject.
- Mike KB3EIA -
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