Discussion in 'Welcome to the DIS' started by BYC, Dec 11, 2005.
What does DIS stand for? I cannot seem to find it on this website!
Disney Information Station.
It's mentioned here: http://www.wdwinfo.com/abbreviations.htm
A few years ago, the URL for the site was http://www.disneyinfo.com. I believe Pete changed it as a pre-emptive measure against actions that Disney itself might take, with regard to the use of its trade-mark.
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Welcome to the DIS
Welcome to the Dis!!!!
Welcome to the DIS
The following is pretty close to a quote from the first lecture I gave to each class I taught back during my first career as a college professor.
The only dumb question is the one that is not asked, and therefore, is never answered.
Hehe... well back when I was a college instructor, I remember there being a lot of dumb questions!
Truly, the only dumb questions are ones that are answered in requisite study. In the case of online discussion forums, the standards are pretty lax, but to the extent they exist, they basically involve reading the FAQs, and doing a search for the answer to the question using the Search function, before asking the question.
The reality is that the answer to this question was in one place, and it took me quite a bit of effort, even knowing the answer was there, to find it.
I wouldn't consider it a dumb question at all!
Welcome to the DIS! Hope you enjoy this site, & there are no dumb questions ever!
WELCOME to the DIS
Just remember - no question is ever, ever DUMB
Ask away anytime
Welcome to the Disney Information Station There are no dumb questions, but if you ask about reusing a refillable resort mug you may get cut off at the knees
Welcome....there is not a question that you will ask here that anyone would think was dumb...so no worries. Enjoy being here!
This is not a Ding, just a bit of instructor/educator humor. And I, BTW, ask a LOT of stupid questions!
From the Despair.com "demotivators" series:
Cluelessness: There are no stupid questions, but there are a LOT of inquisitive idiots.
As a former college instructor and current software trainer, that one just cracks me up!
Welcome to the DIS where people have a love of all things Disney and great senses of humor!
If you post a question and get no answer, the question was tough, not dumb.
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