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> Not until STC achieves significantly more respect, credibility,
>and stature within and without the technical writing
>profession. Even then, I forsee serious
To be an "until", there has to be movement toward that goal. Would you say
that because of STC's involvement, there is more respect, credibility, and
stature this year than last year or the year before?
Man...I hope someone from STC National, who cares, is watching this...oh,
wait...that can't be...there isn't anyone.
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