From: Dr. Dave Moreman (
Date: Thu May 17 2001 - 12:20:37 BST

Hi all,

Another introduction 'email' I'm afraid, but as a few others seem to be
doing it, I'll plunge in.

I'm a 37 y/o environmental consultant/lecturer with a PhD in
biochemistry from the University of Wales. I currently manage a small
environmental 'unit' at Staffordshire University, UK. I'm married with
one 3 year old son who exhibits far too much Dynamic Quality for me to
cope with at 6 am each morning!

Until about 3 years ago I motorcycled daily to work with summer
excursions around the UK and Europe on the bike (as far as Vienna). I
read ZAMM when I was in my teens and LILA just after it came out. I'm
still trying to understand the concepts as they relate to 'real' life
and have attempted to introduce a little 'Quality' into my lectures,
especially last year when I was teaching an undergrad module entitled
'Workplace Awareness and Personal Development'.

I'm fascinated by the posts to the MoQ and hope to be able to
contribute something coherent at some stage. I think the recent
discussions regarding a 'Quality' book or course are very interesting.
We are heavily involved here with distributed learning - teaching
Environmental courses via the internet and I think, rather than a
formal text, a course run via a website would be much more 'flexible'
(higher DQ?) than a paper book - hey,another analogy - Dynamic internet
tuition versus Static paper tuition?

I also play the guitar - and have started wondering - is DQ dangerous?
Does a direct 'connection' with DQ burn you out? I'm thinking of people
like Jimi Hendrix, who were often quoted as 'channelling' music
from some kind of mystical source. Robert Fripp of King Crimson has
said that music plays 'through him', rather than him playing it - some
kind of link with DQ?

I look forward to reading your thoughts on this.

best regards


Dr. Dave Moreman
Your Friendly Manager At:
The Centre for Environmental Technology
Staffordshire University
College Road

tel: 01782 294830
fax: 01782 295768

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