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I'm doing some background research on different technical writing
techniques, and am asking if anybody out there in TECHWR-L land
can help me.
I'm familiar with the Information Mapping technique, but I'm trying
to find details/specifications of other techniques, like FOMM, STOP,
and Playscript. (And if there are any others, I'd like to know
about those too).