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>I don't think techwriters are in a good tactical position to complain
>about people from the print shop applying for techwriter positions,
>especially after some of the notions my colleagues have put forward on
>this very list, about "rules" for "type" "design".
Benjamin Franklin expressed a great deal of contempt for printers who
decided they were writers. He expressed this contempt in his writings
that he also printed...