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Subject:Wow, Such a Deal!!! Internet Brain Plug From:Vince Putman <PUTMV -at- MAIL -dot- SYNTRON -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 31 Jan 1995 14:10:22 CST
WoW, such a deal. <Ed -dot- Hoornaert -at- VENTANA -dot- COM> writes:
(snip) "plugging the internet directly into your brain"!
Just think how fast our 10x10-17 gigabyte brains would be filled up!!
My junk filter works overtime now. The info bandpass is a blivet to
me, (thats 'putting 10lb in a 5lb bag').
This subject started out as "SGML/HTML for Multiple Uses" and although
I have not gathered much on a 4-way info base for on-line help,
on-line doc, paper doc and Internet use - it has been a fascinating
Just in case any of you contributors want to know more aspects of
electronic vs paper publishing, buy the "Writing better Computer User
Documentation From Paper to Hypertext" V2.0, by Dr. John Brockmann,
pub by John Wiley & Sons. The bibliographical references are a fine
resource for additional info. The book is a bit dated at 1990, but his
current seminars are NOT. The book addresses everything any Technical
Writer would need EXCEPT GRAMMAR. He understands Content vs
Grammar... Another great subject of the times.
Vince Putman | Eschew Gratuitous Obfuscation
putmv -at- mail -dot- syntron -dot- com | OR
713-647-7139 Houston, TX | Avoid Free Confusion