[Vision2020] FW: Non Official use of University Property andComputers.
privatejf32 at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 13 10:30:55 PST 2007
I say "NO" to the bleachers - how about those recliners we talked about once? Seeing how the meetings can go on for SO long, I'd just as soon have a comfortable seat to sit on. Just a suggestion!
(And in case those who lurk think I'm being serious - GET OVER IT! I'm not....well, ok - I really, REALLY would like to have the recliners.....but the meetings are, in truth, not THAT long. I just like recliners.) J :]> From: thansen at moscow.com> To: dickow at uidaho.edu; heirdoug at netscape.net; vision2020 at moscow.com> Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 05:44:01 -0800> CC: kevinw at uidaho.edu> Subject: Re: [Vision2020] FW: Non Official use of University Property andComputers.> > Exactly.> > Much like WSU's Computer Use Policy (which was introduced to then-employed> "No-Clue" Farris a couple years ago) UI's Computer Use Policy concerns> itself with use of on-campus computers and other hardware resources. An> addendum to this policy even addresses inappropriate use of bandwidth.> However, since Mr. Dickow's email transmissions are submitted through> off-campus non-tax supported email servers, he is well within his rights. > > Note to "No-Clue": Here is a link to UI's Computer Use Policy. Perhaps the> boyz at the sandbox would be interested in a copy at their next Show-n-Tell> Day.> http://www.uidaho.edu/policy/> > Note to Mr. Dickow: If/When "No-Clue", "Comb-Over", or His Whineyness ever> start referring to you as an Intolerista, please let me know. I'll need to> add you to my rolodex. You know, we really must get bleachers for our next> meeting.> > Seeya round town, Moscow.> > Tom Hansen> Moscow, Idaho> > "We're a town of about 23,000 with 10,000 college students. The college> students are not very active in local elections (thank goodness!)."> > - Dale Courtney (March 28, 2007)> > -----Original Message-----> From: vision2020-bounces at moscow.com [mailto:vision2020-bounces at moscow.com]> On Behalf Of Robert Dickow> Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 10:50 PM> To: heirdoug at netscape.net; vision2020 at moscow.com> Cc: kevinw at uidaho.edu> Subject: [Vision2020] FW: Non Official use of University Property> andComputers.> > Mr. Farris:> > While there are explicit laws applicable to contacting someone's employer or> supervisor with the aim of undermining the employment or status of an> individual with regard to their employment, there are no laws or policies> against sending email the way that I do. My outgoing mail in this case came> from my home, while I was enjoying my morning coffee and correcting papers,> on my personally owned computer, and the mail passed through Turbonet.com's> smtp servers--an independant IPS--and not directly through any state-owned> servers or equipment or software of any kind. > > Robert Dickow> > -----Original Message-----> From: heirdoug at netscape.net [mailto:heirdoug at netscape.net] > Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 9:07 AM> To: Robert Dickow> Cc: Kevin Woelfel> Subject: Non Official use of University Property and Computers.> > Mr. Dickow,> > > > I see that you posted your attempt at joining "the group" on Vision > 2020 this morning utilizing your university computer. Is this post part > of the music functions of the Lionel Hampton School of Music?> > > > If it is personal time that you are spending doing this sort of > activity maybe you should re-read your rules and regulations pertaining > to the proper use of Government property.> > > > I have attached the post with your University of Idaho email firmly > attached at the top of the page. I was curious as to when works starts > over at the U of I?> > > > Thank you for your consideration in this matter.> > Doug Farris> > Heirloom Electric.> > > > http://mailman.fsr.com/pipermail/vision2020/2007-December/050329.html> > > > [Vision2020] Characteristics of a cult> > Robert Dickow dickow at uidaho.edu> > Mon Dec 10 08:49:15 PST 2007> > > > * Previous message: [Vision2020] A Virtual Christmas Serenade > (kinda)> > * Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ]> > > > Hi all, A minister friend of mine in England provided me with this > rather> > comprehensive list of characteristics of a cult (or destructive group > > > defined more generally). Does this stuff remind you of anything?> > > > Bob Dickow, troublemaker> > > > "Characteristics of A Destructive Group> > While not all groups exhibit all these traits, destructive groups will > have> > many of these characteristics and attitudes:> > Authoritarian hierarchal control; "> > > ________________________________________________________________________> More new features than ever. 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