Re: White Papers vs. Talking Papers

Subject: Re: White Papers vs. Talking Papers
From: "Susan Hogarth" <hogarth -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 17:34:35 -0400

On 8/16/06, McKinney, Suzanne <smckinney -at- eei1 -dot- com> wrote:

I've been asked about white papers vs. talking papers. I have the
following questions. ...
Please email me directly as I am on digest.

If you are kind enough to want to answer Suzanne's question
personally, great. But please CC the list as well, and give us the
benefit of your answer! One major function of a list like this is to
create a database of answers to questions such as this, and unless
it's a VERY specific question, I think it's best to share with
everyone or that won't happen. I actually think it's a trifle rude to
make such a 'reply privately' request on a list like this, but that's
probably just me.

Susan Hogarth

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