RE: Acronyms

Subject: RE: Acronyms
From: "Cook, Jenise" <jenise -dot- cook-crabbe -at- pacificlife -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 16:56:48 -0800

<Jim Shaeffer said...snip>
Answer:
SME stands for Subject Matter Expert to distinguish them from us, who are
the Technical Writing Experts.
</Jim>

OH NO!! Does TWE mean I'm a "twee?" (Which was how my young nephew once
pronounced "tree.")

Seriously, this interesting thread has made me realize one thing. All your
comments have encouraged me to add to the (recently-inherited) usage "style"
guide a section on acronyms used within our company. We have two new writers
coming on board, and your comments helped me add additional value to their
orientation. We have, like you, a ton of internal acronyms that could drive
a new employee into alphabet soup heck.

Thanks for the idea!

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Pacific Life Insurance Co.
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