Famous technical writer trivia

Subject: Famous technical writer trivia
From: Kimberley Lackey <97372509 -at- WSUVM1 -dot- CSC -dot- WSU -dot- EDU>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 1995 16:05:54 PST

Technical writers,

In a book I just finished reading it says that Geoffrey Chaucer, author of The
Canterbury Tales, was a technical writer. Six hundred years ago he wrote
"A Treatise on the Astrolabe," now recognized as a competitive piece of
technical writing. This document is used as an example of technical writing in
scientific journals.

Kimberley Lackey
97372509 -at- wsuvm1

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