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Subject:Re: Famous tech. communicators From:Marc Santacroce <santa -at- TFS -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 24 Jan 1995 15:59:35 -0800
Sorry, it was Bob Newhart who wrote the "How to" books. Tom POsten was the
At 3:55 PM 1/24/95 -0600, Joe Fockler wrote:
>Vincent Reh writes:
>+ I don't watch much TV, but isn't there a guy on Newhart that writes "how-to"
>+ books. Perhaps of a technical nature? Maybe he dresses funny, too.
>That was Tom Poston. I don't remember his character's name on Newhart.
>+ Vince Reh
>+ Marc Paquette asked for a suggestion for a
>+ costume party; he wanted to go as a famous
>+ technical communicator.
> Joe Fockler "The granite which is an obstacle in the
> Interphase Corporation path of the weak, becomes a stepping stone
> Dallas, Texas 75234 in the path of the strong."
> jfockler -at- iphase -dot- com -- Thomas Carlyle
> "Our greatest weakness lies in giving up.
> The most certain way to succeed is always
> to try just one more time."
> -- unknown
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