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From: "Leonard C. Porrello" <Leonard -dot- Porrello -at- SoleraTec -dot- com>
Date: Tuesday, June 3, 2008 12:57 pm
Subject: RE: Tech Writer Lawsuit
> If the moderator has appointed you as a deputy, I'd happily defer.
> Otherwise, I'd suggest you missed the explicit TW tie-in: "This is
> analogous to the distinction that can be made between professional
> amateur writers. Professional writers ideally understand their
> rhetorical decisions, why they are saying what they are saying in the
> way they are saying it."
> If you can't see the discussion's implications for tech writing or
> otherwise uninterested, you can always press "Delete".
Unless, of course, you read the list on digest. --Eva Whitley
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