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I am getting the impression that
you are trying to waste the time and energy of people on this forum with
inane and circular discourse that is spawned from some personal
self-amusement that I do not understand. I also question if you really
understand the technical communication environment, as you frequently use
your own terms to describe concepts that already have widely-accepted terms
to describe them.
I will just note here that my private note to "Richard Lewis" asking for more detail about his definition of the difference between a "flowchart" and a "data flow diagram" has gone unanswered (but it's possible it was part of an e-mail hiccup on my end).
Have we been trolled? Have we used about enough energy on this topic? Or since it's a valid occurrence within social networking and communication, should it continue as a valid topic for techwr-l?
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