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Sorry folks, but I tried last evening's post from home, and I sometimes have
trouble with the phone lines. (I've reached the point where SWBell has almost
admitted the problem is theirs. They still haven't shown much inclination to
I appreciate your understanding, good humor, and cleverness in your posts to the
list and privately.
All I had tried to post last night was the following:
I've been meaning to add our MA program in Tech Writing at the University of
Arkansas at Little Rock to the evergrowing list, but it's been a busy week.
There I've done it.
bmmaid -at- ualr
P.S. We don't claim to teach you to write like my original post.