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Subject:Zen and the Art of Software Doc From:Emily Skarzenski <eskarzenski -at- DTTUS -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 12 Oct 1995 12:07:47 CST
I got a deeply satisfying chuckle out of "Zen and the Art of Software
Documentation," found on page 3 of the most recent issue of
_Intercom_. If you haven't read this "article" (translation?) yet, be
sure not to miss it. It will put you at one with the software
BTW, there's also a good overview article (p. 12) on planning your
first Winhelp project, by famed Techwhirler Sue Gallagher. Nice going,
ICS Deloitte - Chadds Ford, PA
eskarzenski -at- dttus -dot- com