[Tig] working on the tig
Mon Mar 31 20:03:52 BST 2003
This is my first time responding to any post on the TIG. This is not so
much because of indifference or laziness, but because I am employed by a
industry-related manufacturer. Because of the potential for bias that
brings with it, my place in this forum is to simply shut-up and listen. I
couldn't be more happy with this arrangement. I can go to any of the trade
magazines to see a marketing spin on my product or a multitude of others. I
deal with the heated battles of competitive products in your subscriber's
facilities on a daily and weekly basis. I can also go to any one of a 1000+
chat sites to read or rant about the present conflicts our country is
involved in should I see fit.
Where I don't have to deal with those things, or should have to deal with
those things, is on the TIG. Your rules are what keep this forum honest,
informative, unbiased and entertaining. There is nothing wrong with the TIG
or the Rob Lingelbach method of TIG management. You are doing it right.
Please keep it running and please remain at the helm.
Thank you for your contributions both past and present.
Regional Sales Manager
2285 W. 118th Ave.
Denver, CO 80234
303 469-6292 Voice
303 469-6272 Fax
303 204-1894 Cell
ken.sargent at teranex.com
From: Rob Lingelbach [mailto:rob at colorist.org]
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2003 7:31 PM
To: tig at tig.colorist.org
Subject: [Tig] working on the tig
Demetri Kitsopoulos supports the TIG.
mailboxes at colorist.org available.
as the tig has grown, so does maintaining it grow. For
9 years with the help of Rich Torpey and Dave Tosh I've
tried to keep it professional, and I feel it's possible
some some of my decisions are interpreted as caprice or
arrogance. I'm guilty of caring very much about its
health, which state is subject to harsh opinion.
if a significant portion of the community feels it better
that I give up running it, I'll do so. It's a fulltime
job, has led to being broke, and isn't for a sensitive
Rob Lingelbach rob at colorist.org http://colorist.org
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Send such submissions to rob at calarts.edu
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