Re: Tech docs in a recent movie
I haven't seen this film, but from the trailers the plot centers on a system malfunction?
Perhaps some crotchety old semi-retired tech writer insisted on creating offline backup docs in case the talking online help failed...
On 1/5/17 4:52 PM, Lauren wrote:
I thought they would just call out to a voice receiver, "Computer, how do you reset the anti-matter generator?" And a voice would tell them what to do.
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