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> Does anyone know if there is another newsgroup on the topic of technical
> communication that doesn't attract so much whining and useless drivel?
Gee, you make it sound like a BAD thing!
Ray Bruman In this establishment,
Raynet Corp. we DO NOT DISCUSS
rbruman -at- raynet -dot- com race, religion, politics, what color of suit would
be most likely to impress the brain-dead fast-track
yuppie "professional" type conducting an interview,
politically correct gender-neutral pronoun agreement,
single-clicking versus double-clicking mouse events,
shallow comparisons of printed versus displayed text,
415-688-2325 or nutrition.