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Subject:Re: Standards From:"Linda H. Schoenhoff" <lhs -at- UNIFY -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 29 Jun 1994 13:00:08 PDT
Thanks Ray. I loved your post. Is this in the mission
statement or part of the by-laws? Or is that bylaws.
Or ByLaws. Or...
Thanks for brightening my day.
lhs -at- unify -dot- com
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> What is STC? STC is the Society for Terrible Communication, an international
> organization with over 15,000 organs. As the largest professional society
> devoted to the technicalities of miscommunication, STC is concerned with the
> mystification, befuddlement, and retardation of its members. Membership
> includes scribblers, meddlers, illustrators, poseurs, prattlers, students,
> engineers, and weenies in all areas of technology. The Silly Valley chapter
> is the nerdiest with over 1400 propeller-heads. Society dues are $85 per
> year, plus a one-time $10 roll-out fee.