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Thank you (was RE: On the value of glossaries containing terms the audience should already know
Subject:Thank you (was RE: On the value of glossaries containing terms the audience should already know From:"Elissa K. Miller" <emiller -at- doubleknot -dot- com> To:"techwrl" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Fri, 20 Dec 2013 08:34:18 -0800
I usually say this in a deadpan snarky way but I mean this without any snark
and with genuine gratitude: Thank you for your input. The degree to which
this stupid project is eating my lunch is embarrassing.
I will keep the glossary in general, remove the terms that are never
mentioned in the text in the first place (goodbye, USB), and add some
product-related context to establish relevance of the general terms that
Thank you for your help!
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