Jon: When Frithjof faxed the grades for the final papers, yours was not on the list. I'm going to double check everything just to be sure, but I'm quite certain your grade isn't there. Assuming that there was nothing unusual about the way you turned the paper in (putting it in a box, sliding it under a door, etc.--if any of that happened, let me know because it may still be sitting somewhere), the best thing to do,if possible, is to get another copy to me via the Dept. office (i.e. give it to the secretary). If there's a problem with this, let me know. Sorry about the confusion. --JeffI find two things remarkably modern about this: that the bad news was delivered via e-mail, and that I was just able to grab another copy off my hard drive. Not bad for 1991! On the other hand, two things seem quite ancient -- that copy was to be printed off and mailed, and the grades were faxed in.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Department of e-mails you don't want to receive from a TA...
Twenty years ago today, I got this note: