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Subject:Re: Ethics in Technical Writing From:"Elisa R. Sawyer" <elisawyer -at- gmail -dot- com> To:Lauren <lauren -at- writeco -dot- net> Date:Wed, 3 May 2017 09:47:55 -0700
Thanks! Sorry for the misunderstanding.
I think it's important to discuss delicate issues, and to stay engaged even
in situations where misunderstandings arise. In this case, I over-reacted,
and realized that was probably true *after* sending a response. You might
notice an earlier apology.
On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 12:51 PM, Lauren <lauren -at- writeco -dot- net> wrote:
> Elisa, you replied to my post.
> On 5/1/2017 3:16 PM, Elisa R. Sawyer wrote:
>> Please never, never question whether I value ethics.
> I was responding to Robert in his comment against the discussion of ethics
> as being about "the phrase in question" and not about my concerns of fixing
> grammar when the instruction may be wrong.
> To suggest that I don't value ethics is the most insulting thing that you
>> can ever do to me.
> I didn't do that to you. I didn't even quote you or reference you when I
> asked my general questions about ethics. You are discussing the subject and
> not trying to push it aside. I value that.
Elisa Rood Sawyer
Technical and Creative Writer
"Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today." Mark Twain
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