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Subject:[Reference books you use the most] From:hannah <to -dot- hannah -at- usa -dot- net> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 11 Mar 2002 14:52:16 -0500
oops! forgot to add.
4. Completely addicted to Diet Coke. I prefer to add Lime to it (don't knock
it till you've tried it and no it isn't the same as lemon).
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hannah <to -dot- hannah -at- usa -dot- net> wrote:
> > 1. List the reference books (maximum of five) that you use most
> > frequently.
> Complete Word Finder
> Chicago Manual of Style
> HTML for Dummies
> Mac Bible
> > 2. In one sentence, summarize or list the kind(s) of writing you do.
> > manuals, help systems, marketing, fiction, humor, journalism, weird sig
> > lines, etc.)
> On-line help, testing scenarios, training programs, user manuals, use case
> other design related documents all for web-based applications.
> > ....and to keep this truly scientific......
> > 3. Are you a dog person or a cat person?
> Animals are great, as long as they don't have to live with me. And they
> try to lick me, rub up against me, walk over me, sit on my laptop and/or
> when I'm trying to work, wake me up so I can escort them to their food dish
> (already full), or steal my bed space.
> Okay, I admit it! I have a cat but I am definitely not a cat person. We
> tolerate each other (barely). I have much more use/appreciation/fun/respect
> for dogs, but again......wouldn't want to live with one. I prefer to borrow
> them to do the fun stuff and then return them to their owners (kind of like
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