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Subject:Re: What are TechWhirlers? From:Bex <rebeccaf -at- COMPNEWS -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Wed, 12 Apr 1995 16:31:52 +0100
On Sun, 9 Apr 1995, Valarie Morris wrote:
> I'm new here. I've seen "TechWhirler" in a few messages and can envision a
> few things ... mostly tech writers marching around happily twirling batons
> and I'm sure that's not right. Could anyone tell me what a TechWhirler is?
I seem to be getting these message rather late so I suspect somene else
has already answered this. In case not: I thought 'tech whirl' was
the colloquial pronounciation of 'techwr-l', which is the abbreviation
of 'technical writ(er/ing) list.
> > Thanks. >
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