Re: Tech Writing and McDonald's...
Rather it was marketing communications, which has to be neither precise nor complete
nor even particularly accurate.
This week I had a DC lawyer ax a large project because their marketing communications was inaccurate. Marketing must also follow some ethics. It was their lawyer and his ax blow was very hard.
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