The Wrong Being Done Bill Powers

Gary:

My apologies if I sound overly familiar but all I have to go on is my copy of Rick Marken's response. Please know that I view your response to Rick as wholly and entirely inadequate. Be assured that I will not rest until this oversight is loudly and publicly corrected. Among many other things Bill Powers was a fine human being and he does not deserve the dismissal inherent in your incoorrect attribution regarding control theory.

Fred Nickols
Managing Partner
Distance Consulting LLC
Be sure you measure what you want.
Be sure you want what you measure.

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[From Rick Marken (2015.03.17.1515)]

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On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 3:11 PM, Fred Nickols csgnet@lists.illinois.edu wrote:

Gary:

My apologies if I sound overly familiar but all I have to go on is my copy of Rick Marken’s response. Please know that I view your response to Rick as wholly and entirely inadequate. Be assured that I will not rest until this oversight is loudly and publicly corrected. Among many other things Bill Powers was a fine human being and he does not deserve the dismissal inherent in your incoorrect attribution regarding control theory.

Fred Nickols

Managing Partner

Distance Consulting LLC

Be sure you measure what you want.

Be sure you want what you measure.

RM: Way to go Fred!

Richard S. Marken, Ph.D.
Author of Doing Research on Purpose.
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