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I want to thank everyone who sent me advice, encouragement, and
edits on my Ted Strong summary. As a *recent* M.S. graduate in Scientific
and Technical Communication, and as the only editor in an office of
scientists, I often feel lonely in my editorial pronouncements. (Last week
I spent 10 frustrating minutes trying to explain why commas and periods go
inside quote marks.) The support of all the people on the list helped boost
my confidence, as well as improving the Ted Strong text.
I will write those who have helped edit my summary, as soon as I
escape the demon of multiple deadlines. Just wanted you to know now how
much I appreciated your efforts.
Penny L. Cass
Oregon Water Resources
casspa -at- efn -dot- org