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Keller wylecial z Monash Uni!

IP: 5.3.1R* / *.cache.telstra.net 04.03.04, 00:29
Keller sie tak ostatnio pieni na tym forum bo go wywalili z Monash University
dzieki interwencji Rygielskiego. Ha ha Kellerku, gdzie teraz sie pienisz i
obrazasz Polonie?
Obserwuj wątek
    • pawel_z_melb e... 04.03.04, 01:00
      1. studia Polskie na MOnash pomalutku sobie wymarly, a K. jako ze tylko
      na 'casual' nie mogl byc wyrzucony

      2. O ile mi wiadomo (a co, bede taki) Keller vel Kagan vel CGN zostawil po
      sobie na MOnash dobra pamiec. (coz, kazdy z nas ma rozne oblicza smile)

      3. Rygielski nie ma wladzy by sklaniac Monash do wyrzucania kogokolwiek...
      • Gość: Turl z Cyberiady Re: e... IP: 5.3.1R* / *.cache.telstra.net 04.03.04, 03:18
        > 1. studia Polskie na MOnash pomalutku sobie wymarly, a K. jako ze tylko
        > na 'casual' nie mogl byc wyrzucony

        Mogl mogl. Zobacz tu www.arts.monash.edu.au/slavic/staff/index.html to
        jest lista pracownikow na ktorej do niedawna figurowal Keller, teraz go
        usunieto. Ok, oficjalnie "nie przedluzono mu kontraktu" hehe.

        > 2. O ile mi wiadomo (a co, bede taki) Keller vel Kagan vel CGN zostawil po
        > sobie na MOnash dobra pamiec. (coz, kazdy z nas ma rozne oblicza smile)

        To w takim razie malo wiesz Pawelku. Zapytaj o niego dziekana szkoly jezykow to
        sie dowiesz.

        > 3. Rygielski nie ma wladzy by sklaniac Monash do wyrzucania kogokolwiek...

        Ty naprawde malo wiesz, za to duzo piszesz. Pamietasz raban w cyberekspresie
        kiedy zmieszano reputacje Rygielskiego, poloni i Monash z blotem? Za to sie
        wylatuje. smile
        • Gość: jot-23 Re: e... IP: *.nyc.rr.com 04.03.04, 03:23
          > Mogl mogl. Zobacz tu www.arts.monash.edu.au/slavic/staff/index.html to
          > jest lista pracownikow na ktorej do niedawna figurowal Keller, teraz go
          > usunieto. Ok, oficjalnie "nie przedluzono mu kontraktu" hehe.

          wow! jeszcze godziem temu byl!

          incredible disappearing kagan?
        • Gość: pzm Re: e... IP: *.sunsh2.vic.optusnet.com.au 04.03.04, 03:28
          3. Rygielski nie ma wladzy by sklaniac Monash do wyrzucania kogokolwiek...
          >
          > Ty naprawde malo wiesz, za to duzo piszesz. Pamietasz raban w cyberekspresie
          > kiedy zmieszano reputacje Rygielskiego, poloni i Monash z blotem? Za to sie
          > wylatuje. smile

          OK,
          nic nie wiem o tym...

          pozdrowko

          P.
        • reichman Re: e... 04.03.04, 09:07
          Gość portalu: Turl z Cyberiady napisał(a):
          1. studia Polskie na MOnash pomalutku sobie wymarly, a K. jako ze tylko
          na 'casual' nie mogl byc wyrzucony

          - Mogl mogl. Zobacz tu <a
          href="http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/slavic/staff/index.html"target="_blank">www.
          arts.monash.edu.au/slavic/staff/index.html
          to jest lista pracownikow na ktorej do niedawna figurowal Keller, teraz go
          usunieto. Ok, oficjalnie "nie przedluzono mu kontraktu" hehe.
          - Czyzby?
          www.arts.monash.edu.au/gsandss/slavic/bios/keller.html
          Dr LECH KELLER was born in Lódz (Poland) in 1949. He has graduated in 1973 at
          the Warsaw School of Economics (Szkola Glówna Handlowa - SGH, former Szkola
          Glówna Planowania i Statystyki or Central School of Planning and Statistics)
          with a degree BComm (Hons.). He also holds the degrees of MA (Economic
          Geography, The University of Melbourne, 1996) and PhD (Monash University, 2002)
          for a dissertation on Stanislaw Lem as a political writer and the latter's
          visions of the future.

          In the early 1970s he implemented computer systems in SGH. Later he worked as a
          Business Analyst (designer of Management Information Systems) and Research
          Assistant at the Institute of Organisation and Management in Warsaw (Instytut
          Organizacji Zarzadzania i Doskonalenia Kadr). From 1980 to 1981 he was a Data
          Processing Manager at the State Foreign Trade Enterprise "Impexmetal" in
          Warsaw. Between 1982 and 1984 he lectured Computer Science at the University of
          the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and worked as a Systems Analyst for Datapoint
          Corporation. In 1984 he migrated to Australia where he worked as a Systems
          Analyst and Consultant for large "high-tech" companies such as Compaq, Tandem
          and Telstra (formerly Telecom Australia) as well as for ANZ Bank and CashCard,
          where he designed and implemented Electronic Fund Transfer systems.

          He has written several books on computer programming, including Programowanie w
          jezyku Databus (Programming in Databus Language; Warszawa, 1979). Recently he
          has published on the effects of the current socio-economic transformation in
          Central-Eastern Europe at Monash University ("East Europe Forum"
          and "Occasional Papers"), as well as in SGH ("Biuletyn Instytutu Gospodarstwa
          Spolecznego"). He is also a co-author of Literature in Times of Crisis
          (Melbourne, 1997), and has published several papers on Stanislaw Lem and the
          Strugatsky brothers in "The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review" (USA), "Science
          Fiction" (University of Western Australia), "Acta Polonica Monashiensis"
          and "Polish Studies - Occasional Papers" (Monash University). He is also a co-
          editor of the latter series, and publishes "popular science" articles in the
          Polish language press in Australia, as well as in "Skrzydlata Polska" and
          Internet magazines.

          Kliknij na
          www.arts.monash.edu.au/gsandss/slavic/bios/keller.html

          2. O ile mi wiadomo (a co, bede taki) Keller vel Kagan vel CGN zostawil po
          sobie na MOnash dobra pamiec. (coz, kazdy z nas ma rozne oblicza smile)

          - To w takim razie malo wiesz Pawelku. Zapytaj o niego dziekana szkoly jezykow
          to sie dowiesz.
          - A znasz owego dziekana?

          3. Rygielski nie ma wladzy by sklaniac Monash do wyrzucania kogokolwiek...

          - Ty naprawde malo wiesz, za to duzo piszesz. Pamietasz raban w cyberekspresie
          kiedy zmieszano reputacje Rygielskiego, poloni i Monash z blotem? Za to sie
          wylatuje. smile
          - A jak?
    • reichman Re: Keller wylecial z Monash Uni! 04.03.04, 09:04
      www.arts.monash.edu.au/gsandss/slavic/bios/keller.html
      Dr LECH KELLER was born in Lódz (Poland) in 1949. He has graduated in 1973 at
      the Warsaw School of Economics (Szkola Glówna Handlowa - SGH, former Szkola
      Glówna Planowania i Statystyki or Central School of Planning and Statistics)
      with a degree BComm (Hons.). He also holds the degrees of MA (Economic
      Geography, The University of Melbourne, 1996) and PhD (Monash University, 2002)
      for a dissertation on Stanislaw Lem as a political writer and the latter's
      visions of the future.

      In the early 1970s he implemented computer systems in SGH. Later he worked as a
      Business Analyst (designer of Management Information Systems) and Research
      Assistant at the Institute of Organisation and Management in Warsaw (Instytut
      Organizacji Zarzadzania i Doskonalenia Kadr). From 1980 to 1981 he was a Data
      Processing Manager at the State Foreign Trade Enterprise "Impexmetal" in
      Warsaw. Between 1982 and 1984 he lectured Computer Science at the University of
      the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and worked as a Systems Analyst for Datapoint
      Corporation. In 1984 he migrated to Australia where he worked as a Systems
      Analyst and Consultant for large "high-tech" companies such as Compaq, Tandem
      and Telstra (formerly Telecom Australia) as well as for ANZ Bank and CashCard,
      where he designed and implemented Electronic Fund Transfer systems.

      He has written several books on computer programming, including Programowanie w
      jezyku Databus (Programming in Databus Language; Warszawa, 1979). Recently he
      has published on the effects of the current socio-economic transformation in
      Central-Eastern Europe at Monash University ("East Europe Forum"
      and "Occasional Papers"), as well as in SGH ("Biuletyn Instytutu Gospodarstwa
      Spolecznego"). He is also a co-author of Literature in Times of Crisis
      (Melbourne, 1997), and has published several papers on Stanislaw Lem and the
      Strugatsky brothers in "The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review" (USA), "Science
      Fiction" (University of Western Australia), "Acta Polonica Monashiensis"
      and "Polish Studies - Occasional Papers" (Monash University). He is also a co-
      editor of the latter series, and publishes "popular science" articles in the
      Polish language press in Australia, as well as in "Skrzydlata Polska" and
      Internet magazines.
      Gość portalu: Turl z Cyberiady napisał(a): Keller sie tak ostatnio pieni na
      tym forum bo go wywalili z Monash University dzieki interwencji Rygielskiego.
      Ha ha Kellerku, gdzie teraz sie pienisz i obrazasz Polonie?
      - A kto to ten Rygielski, co podobno donosil na Kellera, i czemu on donosil, i
      co dostal za owe donosicielstwo?
    • reichman Re: Keller wylecial z Monash Uni! 04.03.04, 14:33
      Tak sie cieszycie, ze podobno jakis Keller wylecial, wiec prosze o jeszcze!
      Ale sie chyba za wczesnie cieszycie:
      Monash University :: Department of Civil Engineering - Academic
      E-mail: Bob.Keller@eng.monash.edu.au Phone: +61 3 990 54946 Fax: Room: 119
      Building: 60 Campus: Clayton Teaching Commitments: CIV2261 : Water supply 1
      QUICK LINKS ...
      Monash University www-civil.eng.monash.edu/people/staff/academic/keller -
      size 10.3K
    • Gość: CGN Re: Keller wylecial z Monash Uni! IP: *.sienna14.enetwork.pl 19.03.04, 11:09
      Czyzby? Chcioeli go wywalic, ale zobacz na:
      www.google.pl/search?q=lech+keller&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=pl&btnG=Szukaj+z+Google&lr=
      Monash University, Honorary Associate: Dr Lech Keller
      Polish Studies, Dr Lech Keller: Areas include socio-economic transformation in
      Central-Eastern Europe. ... Dr LECH KELLER was born in Lódz (Poland) in
      1949. ...
      www.arts.monash.edu.au/gsandss/slavic/bios/keller.html - 17k - Kopia - Podobne
      strony

      Slavic at Monash University. Bibliography: Dr Lech Keller.
      Slavic Studies at Monash University. Dr Lech Keller's
      listing of original research and publications. ...
      www.arts.monash.edu.au/gsandss/ slavic/biblios/keller.html - 23k - Kopia -
      Podobne strony
      [ Więcej wyników z www.arts.monash.edu.au ]
      Dr LECH KELLER was born in Lódz (Poland) in 1949. He has graduated in 1973 at
      the Warsaw School of Economics (Szkola Glówna Handlowa - SGH, former Szkola
      Glówna Planowania i Statystyki or Central School of Planning and Statistics)
      with a degree BComm (Hons.). He also holds the degrees of MA (Economic
      Geography, The University of Melbourne, 1996) and PhD (Monash University, 2002)
      for a dissertation on Stanislaw Lem as a political writer and the latter's
      visions of the future.

      In the early 1970s he implemented computer systems in SGH. Later he worked as a
      Business Analyst (designer of Management Information Systems) and Research
      Assistant at the Institute of Organisation and Management in Warsaw (Instytut
      Organizacji Zarzadzania i Doskonalenia Kadr). From 1980 to 1981 he was a Data
      Processing Manager at the State Foreign Trade Enterprise "Impexmetal" in
      Warsaw. Between 1982 and 1984 he lectured Computer Science at the University of
      the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and worked as a Systems Analyst for Datapoint
      Corporation. In 1984 he migrated to Australia where he worked as a Systems
      Analyst and Consultant for large "high-tech" companies such as Compaq, Tandem
      and Telstra (formerly Telecom Australia) as well as for ANZ Bank and CashCard,
      where he designed and implemented Electronic Fund Transfer systems.

      He has written several books on computer programming, including Programowanie w
      jezyku Databus (Programming in Databus Language; Warszawa, 1979). Recently he
      has published on the effects of the current socio-economic transformation in
      Central-Eastern Europe at Monash University ("East Europe Forum"
      and "Occasional Papers"), as well as in SGH ("Biuletyn Instytutu Gospodarstwa
      Spolecznego"). He is also a co-author of Literature in Times of Crisis
      (Melbourne, 1997), and has published several papers on Stanislaw Lem and the
      Strugatsky brothers in "The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review" (USA), "Science
      Fiction" (University of Western Australia), "Acta Polonica Monashiensis"
      and "Polish Studies - Occasional Papers" (Monash University). He is also a co-
      editor of the latter series, and publishes "popular science" articles in the
      Polish language press in Australia, as well as in "Skrzydlata Polska" and
      Internet magazines.


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