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Subject:Comment on terminology From:Jacobs Chris <jacobs_chris -at- SMTPMAC -dot- ADS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 18 Aug 1993 13:11:15 U
Subject of this posting was formerly "RE: Engineers as Writers", posting from
Really, we must find another way to make this distinction. (real vs not real
TWs) I found the reference highly offensive, but will assume that the offense
was not intended. I am thinking that there must be a way to make reference to
the different types of work that technical communicators do which does not
degrade a good portion of TC's practitioners...