Being A Pest

[From Rick Marken (2003.03.21.1325)]

[From Fred Nickols (2003.03.21.155)] --

I'm probably being a pest but I got no answer to this question earlier so
I'll ask it again. The other day (the 17th, I believe), I sent along the
current version of the paper I'm working on about A Control Theory View of
Human Performance. About the same time, my ISP went on the fritz and so I
didn't receive any emails for two days (and that includes all the messages
from CSGNet). So, I don't know if the paper made it to the list or not. I
asked about this the other day but got no answer so I'll ask again: Did
the second version of the paper make it to the list?

I got a version sent on 3/18. I'm sorry I haven't commented. I looked it over
quickly and it seemed ok to me. I'll look it over again on the weekend if I get a
chance.

Best

Rick

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Richard S. Marken, Ph.D.
Senior Behavioral Scientist
The RAND Corporation
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E-mail: rmarken@rand.org

[From Fred Nickols (2003.03.21.155)] --

I'm probably being a pest but I got no answer to this question earlier so
I'll ask it again. The other day (the 17th, I believe), I sent along the
current version of the paper I'm working on about A Control Theory View of
Human Performance. About the same time, my ISP went on the fritz and so I
didn't receive any emails for two days (and that includes all the messages
from CSGNet). So, I don't know if the paper made it to the list or not. I
asked about this the other day but got no answer so I'll ask again: Did
the second version of the paper make it to the list?

Regards,

Fred Nickols
nickols@safe-t.net