Unified e-mail filtering technology Bill Weaver, Ph.D. My e-mail to our magazine staff containing installments of this contributed column stopped being delivered a while back. There was no returned mail or out-of-the-office notification, just — well, just nothing. It took some time to realize our line of communication had been broken, and we had to regress to the good old handshaking technique of phone calls to make sure they got through. After a bit of snooping, it was discovered that I, or rather my exuberance, was to blame. Considering e-mail as a less formal mode of communication
A mission-critical informatics project will not plan, build and support itself Randy C. Hice I confess to being intoxicated by the aura of Robin Hartl on the home improvement show, Hometime . I could have just witnessed a meteor scream through my roof, and pile drive into my basement, and if I turned on Hometime and a host other than Robin was demonstrating roof repair, I would callously dismiss him or her. “Ah, come on, that’s a rip saw, not a crosscut saw. What are you trying to hand me?”
ELN requirements for quality assurance and quality control Robert Pavlis Historically, electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN) have been designed to accommodate research laboratories. Little, if any, consideration has been given to the needs of quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) labs. However, the requirements of QA/QC labs are significantly different from research labs. This article will discuss these differences and identify the requirements of an ELN for the QA/QC lab
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