Re: reg.molscript manual



I could not agree more forcefully with your comments. That respond was
 totally
 inappropriate for this list. Kevin, you could of answered the question quicker
 than typing your rude response. Thinking is not your high point, I guess!.
 Larry
 Geoff Barton wrote:
 > Kevin,
 >
 > Some possible answers to your questions.
 >
 > 1. Not everyone in the world is as priviliged as you and me in the speed
 > and ease with which they can connect to the internet.
 >
 > 2. Not everyone in the world has English as their first language and so
 > the internet can be hard to navigate and learn.
 >
 > Oh yes, and since few countries in the world use the US education system
 > why should you expect people to know what a 'High School' is or how old
 > you have to be to go to one?
 >
 > Please, lets keep this list helpful to all levels of questions related to
 > structure.
 >
 > The URL you forgot to add to your email is:
 >
 > http://www.avatar.se/molscript/doc/molscript.html  and yes,
 it can be
 > found with www.google.co.uk
 >
 > Geoff.
 >
 > On Tue, 24 Apr 2001, Kevin Karplus wrote:
 >
 > > The molscript manual is found in less than a second by using the
 google.com
 > > search engine with
 > >       molscript manual
 > >
 > > Why do people continue to ask for websites that are so easily found?
 > > Please, folks, use this list for questions where expert advice and
 > > discussion is needed, not for questions that any high school student
 > > should be able to answer.
 > >
 >
 > ------------------
 > Geoff Barton, EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute, Genome Campus,
 > Hinxton, Cambs CB10 1SD, U.K., mailto:geoff - at - ebi.ac.uk
 > http://barton.ebi.ac.uk, Tel: +44 1223 494414, Fax: +44 1223
 494496
 >
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