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On Aug 11, 2009, at 10:55 AM, Janoff, Steve wrote:
> I'm astounded that such a topic hasn't been discussed more either on
> Techwr-l or in the industry in general, aside from the one workshop
> I see advertised.
I think much of the reason you don't see much discussion of minimalism
as a practice in technical writing is that that the core principles
have been standard practice in technical writing for many years now.
I was taught Nurnberg when I got a technical writing degree -- 25
years ago -- and it wasn't considered a big revolutionary idea even
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