[Histonet] Histology in tough economy

O'Donnell, Bill billodonnell <@t> catholichealth.net
Fri Feb 13 12:56:20 CST 2009

Greetings fellow hsitology professionals. 

In today's economic climate, many of us are finding ourselves faced with
changes in our policies, staffing, spending, etc. 

To that end I have started a histology blog.

This is a place to see what is happening in other labs and to share your
own comments. 

This blog is meant to be TEMPORARY in nature. IT IS NOT MEANT TO REPLACE
THE HISTONET, as it is and remains a fine vehicle for communication and
has a long history of serving our community world-wide.

It is a place where threads can be long, unfettered and anonymous.

Allowing anonimity will free us to feel comfortable in our expressions.

People will need to register in order to comment.  However, you choose
your username and password. A real e-mail address is also needed, but if
it is generic,, that is, does not contaiin your name or institution,
that is fine. (example: tech <@t> hotmail.com) 

The e-mail will only be used to contact you concerning this site and to
send you data once it has been compiled. It will not be sold or used iin
any other fashion.

All registered users will be allowed contributer status.

We hope to hear from clinical, research, and veterinary histologists,
pathologists or administrators.

Sales and staffing professionals are also most welcome.

Every 30 days or so the accumulated data will be shared with each
subscriber in the hopes that our profession might benefit from our
collective wisdom and experiences.

I am not collecting this info for any personal gain, nor is there any
other motive than that of helping out our profession.

The link is http://histoblog.deaconbill.com/

I will resend this message from time-to-time so that all might have a
chance to participate.

If you have any questions regarding the use of this blog, please e-mail
me directly at bill <@t> deaconbill.com

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