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Daphne Schor sez to troglodyte (great term) engineers:
>"After all the time you've put in on this, it would be a shame to
>reduce the impact of your work. Caps and underline indicate older
>technology; there are people out there who would conclude that
>your ideas are older, too. Let's maximize the impact of your
I nominate Daphne for the 1994 Jim Baker Diplomat of the Year Award.
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