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I agree, but if it helps, it wasn't a tech writer who decided there would
be notes and tips and they would be different. It is a tech writer who is
saying, we only need one of those and forget about the technical difference
that is artificially defined for each.
My hope is to find a real study to present to back up my experience,
education, and training. (Though, this is a minor issue I can live with).
On Tue, Feb 10, 2015 at 3:37 PM, Peter Neilson <neilson -at- windstream -dot- net>
> Here's a note to say that my own impromptu study, completed just seconds
> ago, reports that no one, nobody at all, gives a hoot except technical
> writers. Presentation of information as a side issue suggests to me that
> the writer is contemplating talking down to me....
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