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JuddJones

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Its funny you say that. I came to the realization yesterday that management doesn't care to hear my long winded ramblings about natural frequencies and fault frequencies.  I came to the conclusion I need to develop my language skills to quickly convey complicated topics.
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Big J I get where your coming from. I find that a frustration sometimes.

Here is a post By a guy in PDM and I found it an interesting read.https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/behavioural-psychology-condition-based-maintenance-reports-borley/


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I am inclined to disable the option to be "invisible" on this forum. Can someone please explain to me what useful purpose being "invisible" serves?


Rusty, I use another forum (not machinery related) where instantaneous private messaging is possible.  Sometimes it is nice to be "invisible" otherwise I find people see you are connected and immediately start hammering away with questions.
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Barry,

Remember that you're talking to a whole bunch of guys who give long explanations to simple questions for a living. ;-)


LOL! Your & Big J's comments really hit home.

Thanks to MarkL for his link. Made me see it in a different light. I guess my boss was right. [rolleyes]  Does that mean it's still acceptable to write long, detailed posts here when we have a problem or do we have to shorten it to a couple sentences? [eek]
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Even Twitter extended the length, they tell me, so maybe it eventually it will be accepted to have longer texts?
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Barry, it's all good. No one is upset or anything. Just typical workplace banter as far as I can tell. We're all friends here, so allowances are made.

And long, detailed - even rambling - posts are always welcome here. Course there's no guarantee anyone will read them.

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