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Subject:RE: The End Of Technical Writing From:Sue Ellen Colter <sea -at- best -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Sat, 30 Oct 2004 11:06:33 -0700
> Tony Markos <ajmarkos -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote on 10/28/2004 12:20:28 PM:
> So what, it only took a couple of hours to redraw it (with pencil
> of course).
> I'm with Bonnie. You have got to be kidding.
> Hand drawn diagrams and hours of redrawing with no advancement on
> other outstanding work would scuttle the project very quickly.
Years ago I had a team documenting processes to be included in a database.
Everything was being hand drawn. To save time, we wrote the process and
output on labels that were attached with temorary glue. (The labels
remained on their paper backing until everything was finalized.) We had
some bright DFDs; some of the right-sized labels were bright orange and
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