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Subject:Technic writers shall write good From:Barry West <Barry_West -dot- S2K -at- S2KEXT -dot- S2K -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 10 May 1995 08:34:04 EDT
>I like the list...I really do...but I just listen and don't comment because I
>worry about the impression an unnoticed grammer mistake might give the writers
>(not engineers) on the list. <snip>
Well, don't worry about anymoe, Tom. Sinse reading and respondding to this list
is not what I got payed to do, my opportunities are limited and I read it and
right my reswponses as fast as I can. Although, I do run the spell checkers
most of the time, I do not spend a lot of time prove reading. If some members
cant' undertstand that this format is informal and that some people need to get
in and out of this list quickly, I for one am not goin to lose any sleep over