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Subject:Re: SIGDOC and ACM From:"REAL programmers don't document..." <ALBANO -at- PROMIS -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 4 Nov 1993 14:56:00 UT
I have in my library newsletters from the Freelance Editors' Association
of Canada titled "*" (popularly known as Asterisk) and [sic]. They
finally decided names like those were too much of a headache for
librarians and changed the name to Active Voice.
/albano -at- promis -dot- com