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Subject:Re: Programs for Writing From:"Susan Patrick" <susan -dot- patrick -at- fti-ibis -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Tue, 16 Oct 2001 16:51:23 -0400
Who's not being serious? I just saw a project manager use this very method.
He had drawn out the entire structure of a program on his whiteboard, and he
wasn't about to recopy the labyrinthine mess onto paper. So he took a
digital photo of the board and printed it out. Result: instant
"Marie C. Paretti" <mparetti -at- swva -dot- net> wrote in message news:125865 -at- techwr-l -dot- -dot- -dot-
> I use a whiteboard, dry erase markers, and a digital camera. It's easy:
> write a page on the white board using all the colors at your disposal;
> photograph it with the camera; upload it to the web, and there you go.
> Instant manual.
> The colored marker thing also gives you a lot more options for
> and emphasizing things, just to tie this into another thread - green for
> menu items, yellow for things people can ignore, red for warnings and
> smiley faces, blue and black underlining for words I like, and so on.
> No, no . . . seriously?
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