RE: Dictionaries...are physical ones obsolete?

Subject: RE: Dictionaries...are physical ones obsolete?
From: jsokohl -at- mac -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2005 06:37:07 -0600

Some very good responses--stuff I'd not thought of, especially the "we
don't have Internet access" kinda thang. Funny, considering that I almost
didn't have such access at my current contract...funny in that I take it
for granted.

Und zu Jens: bestimmt, ist der Hammer! Unabkömmlich
( nach).

Although I have always loved Webster's 9th New Collegiate as an abridged
dictionary, I find almost always that I use,
when I read and other German sites, and OmniDictionary when I'm at
home on my PowerBook (Tiger is my next project).

Language use is, of course, core to what we do (without being sacrosanct).
Tools that help us effect effective communication always are worth
sharing, n'est-ce que pas?

Later, y'all.



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