Re: Use of plug-in/unplug

Subject: Re: Use of plug-in/unplug
From: Gene Kim-Eng <techwr -at- genek -dot- com>
To: M -dot- Vina-Baltsas -at- mindray -dot- com
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 09:58:26 -0700

My preference is usually "connect" and "disconnect." "Plug in" has achieved more or less universal recognition as a software add-in, so I avoid it whenever possible.

Gene Kim-Eng


On 6/18/2013 6:41 AM, M -dot- Vina-Baltsas -at- mindray -dot- com wrote:

Greetings!

I'm reviewing a manual and they frequently use the term "plug-in" and
"unplug." For some reason, I'm uncomfortable with this term. There is no
style guide to refer to with this manual, so that's not an option.

Do any of you use these terms or do you use "insert" or "remove" or
something else instead?

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