Subject: baffled
From: Steven Youra <sjy3 -at- CORNELL -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1993 09:12:28 -0500

Charles P. Campbell writes:

Since this Internet thingie has such power (see Time, et al.), have
we at our disposition the means to act as tech. communication (I bridle
in this day and era to confine us to "writers", though that be the
predominant medium, I guess) to those thinking on practicing this
fine craft?

I full well realize that such a thing is a bit tenuous, and would
depend on the goodness of many practiced hearts, but if there are
those out there fool.., er, industrious enough to be venturing into
this field, is it constructive to ask if we would be offering a
worthwhile service if we (as volunteers, of course) linked up
personally with someone wanting to deal in "real world" terms with
the profession?

>What does he mean?
Steven Youra, Director
Engineering Communications Program
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-2201

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