NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 05 Dec 2002 18:35:20 -0600
From: "John Fields"
Subject: Re: Design of Experiments Workshop in NYC, SF, Miami
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 18:37:02 -0800
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"Brian Teasley" wrote in message
> Well, I will both agree, disagree, and explain.
> If someone is working at a company that should be using DOE concepts,
> but is not, then my workshop will make them the in-house expert. They
> will learn enough in the workshop to design, execute, and analyze a
> number of different types of experiments.
> Of course, there is always more to learn - as any "expert" (myself
> included) will tell you if he is honest - but there is plenty of good
> technical, statistical, and practical knowledge learned in the
> The goal is to bring attendees to a working, functional level of
> understanding and ability. That is acheived - and postive feedback
> from previous attnedees bears that out.
Face it. Your original post was SPAM, pure and simple.
No one here asked anything about your course and yet, out of the blue, you
appeared, extolling the virtues of your pecuniary scheme. While this
newsgroup isn't moderated and doesn't seem to have a hard and fast rule
about who advertises here, most of the kind of crap you're trying to peddle
isn't looked on with favor by most of the folks here, AFAIK. Of course I
can only speak for myself, but when I've never seen you post anything here
but an ad, I kind of tend to think that you're bogus.
Not that your course content might not be valuable for some folks, but who
cares? This isn't the right venue for what you have to offer. We like to
talk about 555's and LED's and who's a fucking idiot and who isn't, (well
me, anyway) and sometimes we even like to talk about what the outcome of a
certain set of actions might be, and (guess what?) we can even figure it out
ourselves without having to ask you about the way we should design our
experiments. So, Brian, why don't you just go away? Not that you're not
welcome, but if you don't have something to contribute why waste our time as
well as yours?