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I subscribe to a few other technical writing mailing lists, and the traffic
on all but one of them is totally anemic. The only one with any real
traffic is the list that stays off topic about 99% of the time (I only read
that one at home on my own time these days).
From: Mike Stockman [mailto:stockman -at- jagunet -dot- com]
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2001 2:50 PM
Subject: Re: wpi.techwriting
So, while you could ask your ISP or news server admin to start carrying
the group, you probably shouldn't bother.
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