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> I can't wait until the try to define style and usage
> rules for Twitter.
By "the" I assume you mean Microsoft.
Why would they define style and usage rules for Twitter? No need, because
who cares? There is, however, a definite need for consistency and clarity
in technical publications. And that's why Microsoft (and Apple, IBM, Xerox,
Sun and several others) invested money in developing in-house style guides.