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Subject:Worst TW winner for February From:LaVonna Funkhouser <lffunkhouser -at- HALNET -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 13 Mar 1996 13:45:37 -0600
The judging is complete, and the winner is selected. Here's the February
winner in COREComm's Worst-Technical-Writing-Sample-of-the-Month Contest.
To see the other winners and entries, surf over to http://www.corecomm.com/corecomm/
Keep an eye out for more good examples of bad tech writing!
1st Place. Worst Technical Writing Sample of the Month
cdechene -at- aol -dot- com
Fort Kent Mills, ME 04744 USA
The red and black wires adjacent to the printer's automatic leveling pin must
AT ALL TIMES remain 45 degrees and away from extraneous yet
average heat. In conjunction with this, the secondary connector must be
to the second and primary connector where all connectors are connected.
The job postings at our site have also been updated.
LaVonna F. Funkhouser, COREComm
lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com (work)
You are invited to browse our web site: http://www.corecomm.com/corecomm/
My opinions do not officially represent anyone other than me.