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From: Anna Langley [mailto:alangley -at- ts -dot- checkpoint -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 4:39 PM
To: John Posada; TECHWR-L
Subject: RE: INDUSTRY COMPETITIONS
The closest thing we can manage is to have a few of our customers in-house
during our alpha and beta classes. (We primarily create printed training
manuals.) But what your suggesting is something we should already be doing
:-} I will forward your suggestion to our Content Lead.
BTW, I did check with Information Week, eWeek, Certification Magazine,
Training Magazine, and Online Learning. eWeek sponsors an Excellence Awards
However, the other publications don't do documentation reviews. But thank
you all for the suggestion. I'm glad I pursued it.
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