RE: The Editorial Eye
> I recently received an ad for The Editorial Eye. It looks
> interesting, but it's also moderately expensive. I can see
> where it would be useful for copyeditors, but I'm not sure how
> useful it would be for technical writers. Has anyone on this
> list subscribed to it? and if so, what do you think?
I subscribed to it once. IMO, it's mostly fluff. There are some
helpful hints for execs who compose their own memos, I suppose;
but I'd describe the content as more entertaining than useful
for the writing professional.
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