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>I just received the September issue of Intercom (STC newsletter). <snip>
>The cover article is "HTML: Myths and Facts for
>Technical Communicators" by Eric J. Ray.
>Nice job Eric!
I agree, Maria!
I read the article with great appreciation for the way Eric described common
misconceptions about a complicated subject, then passed it along to my
manager, who is not in the STC but should be. Too many people who make
documentation decisions are sold on these myths about HTML and the Web.
Thanks, Eric, for exposing the myths and bringing some reason and sanity to
the current Web feeding frenzy.
Nacia in North Carolina
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