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Subject:English grammar mailing list address (Reply) From:Kent Newton <KentN -at- METRIX-INC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 15 Feb 1996 09:24:00 PST
On Thursday, February 15, 1996 9:03 AM, Stephen P. Victor wrote:
>Kent Newton wrote:
>> Someone (I forget who) posted a request for a mailing list on English
>> grammar. Last night, I checked out an index of mailing lists (
>> http://tile.net/listserv/ ) and located two:
>> ENG213 - Technical Writing
>Are you sure these aren't intended just for people taking the classes?
No, I'm not sure. I make no warranties of usability of or access to the
referenced mailing lists. I just stumbled across them while browsing
through a web site, remembered that one of this list's members was
looking for a grammar list, and decided to share the information.
Even if the list were open to the public, I'm not sure it would be
useful: after all, if it is intended for a college course, it would be at
the sophomore level. However, considering our banter on some grammatical
topics, maybe that's the level we need ;-). (Don't flame me, I was
Senior Technical Writer
kentn -at- metrix-inc -dot- com