Subject: Feedback to ASK re: Response to Whale songs/humpback whale

Lori Mazzuca (
Thu, 8 May 1997 17:11:31 -1000 (HST)

Hi Mike.  I wasn't sure if I should forward ALL responses. This is from a
person who asked a question...I answered....and he responded back
again...question free.  Just thought I would forward to you
with it what you must.  

PS...these questions are keeping me busy!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 8 May 1997 17:07:59 -1000 (HST)
From: Lori Mazzuca <>
To: "Jonathan M. Ross" <>
Subject: Re:Whale songs/humpback whale

Dear Jake,
	Thank you for your enthusiasm and encouraging words!  I have a
feeling the "old way" of not sharing information will not be a fruitful
avenue as we move into the next century.  Somehow that is a limiting
belief and a consciousness of "poverty" that there is not enough of
whatever it is that people seek.  I believe there is plenty for everyone
and if we are to make it as a species.....we are going to have to share
reather than re-invent the wheel in differenct ways.  Things are moving
toward partnerships and collaboration.  I have a feeling you will help
foster this concept.  I also have a feeling that you will make it in
whatever field you choose! Best of luck to you!


On 8 May 1997, Jonathan M. Ross wrote:

> Dear Ms. Mazzuca,
> 	Thank you so much for the response!  It was extremely helpful and
> exactly what I was looking for.  In school, ironically, it's often hard to find
> people actually interested in learning.  We don't do a lot of collaborative
> projects, and sharing information has always been discouraged.  However, people
> seem to be fantastic resources for information, especially when they are
> interested in what they're talking about.  As you seem to be.
> 	I feel greatly encouraged by your enthusiam.  I think it's wonderful
> that you are doing something you enjoy.  I hope that I can find a niche in this
> world as appealing to me as your interests are to you.
> 	Thanks again -- I'll be sure to investigate those authors that you sent
> me.
> Respectfully,
> Jake Ross
> (using my father's email address)