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Subject:Re: Reply to: Re: PageMaker? what to do From:Kris Olberg <KJOlberg -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 5 Nov 1995 13:02:32 -0500
In a message dated 95-11-03 11:42:41 EST, Peter Kent writes:
> This is interesting. I hadn't realized just how much of the mailing list is
>about technical issues. Still, an optimist might say that this is because
>these people are writers and know how to write... so their only questions
>about technical issues.
Yes, I suppose so.
I don't think that discussing technical problems is a bad thing. It's the
disproportion of technical-to-writing issues that's worrisome. We do know how
to write, but we also must evolve. And this requires discussion at a
grass-roots level, which was my primary motivation for subscribing to this