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Or what some of us do for a living, writing "technical fiction"?
"Le Vie, DonaldX S" wrote:
> You mean like "Fictionary": the book developers, engineers, and other
> subject matter experts refer to when writing technical content, as in "This
> is engineeringly feasible." (actually written by a Chief Technology Officer
> of a former employer)
> Donn Le Vieisit
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