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Congratulations, obviously, you have never drawn a blank before that
first cup of coffee.
I agree that sometimes this list is the first that place many folks
look, some of us don't mind. That's OK. Other's do That's Ok too.
Arguing with an engineer is like mud wrestling with a pig.
Pretty soon you realize they both enjoy it.
"Murrell, Thomas" wrote:
> Third, I, too, am losing patience with posters who write something like
> this: "Hi! I'm new to this list. It's great to have access to so many
> people who do technical documentation. I have to write a User Guide. How
> do I start? What's a template, and can you send me a gross?" I mean, if
> you have to ask such basic questions as that, are you in the right
> I would argue that TECHWR-L is a valuable resource that should be treated as
> such. (Oh, and I do exercise my DELETE key, but thanks for the suggestion
> Tom Murrell
> Surly Curmudgeon At Large