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>I guess I don't understand why some think this discussion does NOT
I y'all want to talk about race and gender *as they effect technical
communication*, all power to you. I'll listen, and maybe even participate,
although as a white male I've gotten a little gunshy...8^)
If you want to ramble on about who has more to learn from who, count me (and a
lot of us) out.
What's the non-gender-specific way of saying of "fraternally"?
Yours any way,
Michael McClatchey mmm -at- aisinc -dot- com
Marketing Communications NeXTMail welcome
Applied Intelligent Systems, Inc. (opinions expressed are not necessarily
110 Parkland Plaza those of my employer)
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