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Subject:e-prime software From:Caryn Rizell <caryn -at- HPPTC95 -dot- ROSE -dot- HP -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 6 Oct 1994 11:05:25 PDT
To those interested in e-prime:
I saw a review in a journal "et cetera" (Vol 50, no1,
Spring 1993) published
by the Institute of General Semantics about
a DOS software package called E-Primer: A Tutorial
on E-Prime written by Paul Johnston, and distributed
by the Institute.
I do believe it was the Institute that first put forth
the e-prime theory.
I don't know how much the software costs, you could contact
the Institute at: