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I attended the 41st Annual Conference of the Soiciety for
Technical Communication (STC) in Minneapolis, and I was mostly
sponsored by my company. Like many others, I am obliged to
submit a report on the conference.
However, because of my obligations to my chapter, I attended several
sessions on chapter development, leaving me less time for work-related
1. I would like to exchange session notes with other attendees
either by e-mail, techwr-l, or US mail.
2. I would like to exchange conference reports with others who
are required to write them.
I would be personally grateful, and I believe that any notes
exchanged on techwr-l would be beneficial to other subscribers.
LaVonna Funkhouser lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com
incoming president, OK chapter of STC 405/251-3008 fax