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OTOH, if you're a ballet dancer and you know something about auto
mechanics, it's a lot easier to avoid getting taken by an unscrupulous
repair shop. And a mechanic might enjoy an evening at the ballet more by
knowing something about it.
There is a difference between "not a requirement to know" and "shouldn't
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 11:30 AM, Lynne Wright
<Lynne -dot- Wright -at- tiburoninc -dot- com>wrote:
> To say that tech writers should be taught poetry is like saying that
> mechanics should learn ballet.
> Both disciplines involve words, but that's all they have in common.
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