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Subject:Re: Microsoft Tour for Seattle Goers? From:John Russell <JRussell -at- DATAWARE -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 5 Apr 1996 16:37:00 EST
Well, as much as I hate to admit this, I think it would be cool to tour the
I notice that Kathey Evanoff, from Microsoft Corp., is giving a session at
the conference. (Animating Windows 95 Help, VC5A, Tuesday 8:30-10)
I would assume that she is a tech writer. At the very least, she works
there. Maybe we could contact her to see if it would be possible that she
give us a tour.
jrussell -at- dataware -dot- com
K. John Russell Anagram of the year:
Dataware Technologies, Inc
5 Computer Drive South Information Superhighway
Albany, New York 12205 New utopia? Horrifying Sham!
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>. To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
>. Subject: Microsoft Tour for Seattle Goers?
>. Date: Friday, April 05, 1996 3:07PM
>. A couple weeks ago there was talk about a possible tour of Microsoft for
>. going to the STC conference in Seattle. Did this pan out? Do we have any
>. information? I would love to go if this is a possibility.
>. Please respond to me directly if you know anything about it.
>. k -dot- laneuville -at- hill -dot- com