bionet.bionette or bionet.women ?

S. A. Modena samodena at csemail.cropsci.ncsu.edu
Thu Sep 3 10:46:50 EST 1992


In article <1992Sep3.135803.1301 at macc.wisc.edu> nmrdb at vms.macc.wisc.edu (BEVERLY SEAVEY) writes:
>>same phenomenon in the discussions here on bionet.   
>
>education. (Had to, but that's another story) 
> .......................................I generally don't post
>to the bionet groups because the discussion in them generally seems
>to run at a very low intellectual level. A possible exception is
>the information theory group, and........
>................................... Sorry, but I don't usually
>post because there isn't much of intellectual interest in these
>groups for me. I *do* keep reading for the occassional useful post.

Bionet.Info-Theory would definitely welcome you to stir up some
intellectual activity.....there are aspects of computional
biology that have info-theory underpinnings.

Steve
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