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"The golden rule - whoever has the gold makes the rules."
The above is quoted from a recent post. I, myself, have
posted similar advice to this list. Note, however, that no
doctor, lawyer or accountant would post such advice in a
public forum. (They might follow it in practice, but could
not afford to admit it. See "Enron" for details.)
Is there a point at which a Tech Writer is obligated
to step outside that 'golden rule' mode?
If so, where is that point?
Jim Shaeffer (jims -at- spsi -dot- com)
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