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The sites talk about netiquette. The first is a tongue-in-cheek
Dear Emily Postnews. The second is a good site I wish I'd
known about a year ago. The last is one of the pages in
the www.fau.edu site that makes specific recommendations
to new subscribers to discussion lists.
>Also, how many of you tech writers also write (or have some input to)
>your company's training materials?
Used to, don't now. I don't have time to do a longer post.
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